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1. GoDealogy. I. Bernau, Charles Allan, comp. 



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A Letter to the Contributors (or Subscribers) 
to this Book from its Compiler. 



" Pendeen," 

Walton-ox-Thames, 

June, 1907 

Dear Sir (or Madam), 

This book is the result of seven months' continuous hard work, and contains the essence 
of the replies to about 7,200 letters written by or for me. Consequently, I feel no hesitation in 
asking you to spare the few minutes necessary for reading these introductory remarks. 

Acknowledgments. 

In the first place, allow me to thank you for your contribution or subscription, or both, as 
the case may be. If yours was one of the contributions which was typed or written legibiy, my 
thanks are doubled. If not, you may find that mistakes occur in your entries, for which I can 
accept no responsibility. 

If you are satisfied with this book, please be grateful, as I am, to one who wishes to remain 
nameless, but whose work in connection with the preparation of it would justify her name being 
placed on the title-page instead of mine. Our gratitude is also due to Mr. G. F. T. Sherwood, 
who was the first to welcome the scheme, and whose constant advice and help have been invalu- 
able. He and Mr. P. G. Mahony, the Cork Herald of Arms, worked so nobly that my small band 
of assistants could not keep pace with them, and we had to implore them to desist. 

Similar Publications. 

Since this work was commenced, I have heard about other publications which appear already 
to have touched the fringe of the subject, and think that my subscribers also might like to know 
about them. 

The first two of the undermentioned works I have not yet had the opportunity of con- 
sulting, owing to the closing of the British Museum Reading Room. I learnt of them from a very 
kind notice of my work which Dr. Stephan Kekule von Stradonitz wrote in the " Anzeigen- 
Beilage zum Deutschen Herold " on April 5, 1907. 

1. " Adressbuch fuer Freunde der Muenz-, Siegel- und Wappenkunde," by Alfred Grenser, pub- 

lished Frankfurt a. M., 1884, by Wilhelm Rommel. 

2. " Hand- und Adressbuch der Genealogen und Heraldiker unter besonderer Beruecksichtigung 

der Familiengeschichtsforscher," by Alfred von Eberstein, published Berlin, 1S89, by 
Mitscher & RoESTELL, as the first part of the " Handbuch fuer den deutschen Adel. 



A LETTER TO THE CONTRIBUTORS (OR SUBSCRIBERS) 

3 The New England Historic Genealogical Society of Boston, U.S.A., publishes "A List of 
Genealogies in Preparation." Its Editor, Mr. H. E. Woods, kindly sent me a copy of the 
1006 edition of this with permission to approach the genealogists whose names are con- 
tained in it. As practically all of these are Americans, it is largely to Mr. Woods that 
we are indebted for the fact that America is so well represented in this " Directory." 

4. The Huguenot Society of London, in its annual " List of Fellows," gives an " Index to the 

Names of the Foreign Families with which Fellows of the Society claim Connection." The 
Society numbers nearly 400 Fellows, all of whom I circularised, with the permission of 
Mr. R. S. Fabek, its Hon. Secretary. 

5. And lastly, I have been amused to hear that an " enterprising " American firm of publishers 

has started a Directory in competition with this. I watch their venture with interest, 
and, knowing what work my own book has entailed, my surprise will be so great, should 
they produce another edition, that I shall probably forgive them for " adopting," without 
any acknowledgment, the greater part of the wording of my circular, to say nothing of 
the title which I had chosen originally for my book. My subscribers will notice the slight 
change I have made in the title of this work 

The Objects of this Book are— 

1. To provide an up-to-date list of the names and addresses of those, of whatever nationality. 

who are interested in genealogv, for the use of the Secretaries of Antiquarian Societies, 
Authors and Publishers of genealogical works, and Dealers in second-hand copies of the 
same. 

2. To introduce to each other those who are interested in the history of the same families, so that 

they may enter into direct correspondence, without it being necessary for them to seek 
a further introduction. 

3. To enable amateur genealogists to give world-wide publicity to genealogical and heraldic 

queries and memoranda. 

4. To give full information as to Societies whose objects or publications are of interest to 

genealogists. 

5. To provide authors with facilities for obtaining copies of genealogical works in exchange for 

surplus copies of their own publications. 

6. To place on record the titles of Family Histories and Pedigrees which have been recently 

printed for private circulation. 

Its Arrangement and Contents. 

" The International Genealogical Directory, 1907," is divided into six Parts, corresponding 
to the six objects stated above. 

1. Part I. contains the names and addresses of nearly 1.400 genealogists, both amateur and 
professional. The majority of these reside in Europe and America, but the other Con- 
tinents are represented. 

No name has been included without written permission first having been obtained. 

Where a genealogist has notified that he is interested in the genera] genealogy of a 
special period, locality, sect, or race, it will be found recorded in this Part. 

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TO THIS BOOK FROM ITS COMPILER. 

2. Part II. contains the surnames of nearly 4.500 families, about which those who are named in 
Part I. either possess or desire information. 

Against each entry will be found a reference number or numbers, indicating which 
genealogist or genealogists in Part I. have indicated an interest in the family named. 
To facilitate reference, 1 Part II. will be found to index all the entries in Part III. 

Part III., which was not included in the original scope of the work, has already nearly 300 
entries', which are best described as " Genealogical Queries and Memoranda." 

As in Part II., reference numbers to Part I. indicate which genealogist is interested in 
the individual or subject mentioned in each entry. 

4. Part IV., this year, deals with the Antiquarian Societies of Ireland, the North of France, and 

the Channel Islands, and includes a list of the Officers of Arms for the United Kingdom. 

5. Part V., this year, gives particulars of a few publications of which their respective authors 

have surplus copies to dispose in exchange. 

6. Part VI. gives a list of all those privately-printed Family Histories and Pedigrees, of which 

copies have been sent in time for mention in this year's edition of the " Directory." They 
all have been printed since January 1, 1905. 

As in Part V., reference numbers to Part I. indicate the names and addresses of the 
Compilers of the works here mentioned. 

How to Use this Book. 

Many correspondents have asked what they are to do with this book when they receive it. 
In reply to these I beg to offer a few suggestions : — 

1. Carefully read the introductory remarks to each of the Parts. 

2. See that your entries in Parts I., II. and III. are given as nearly as possible in your own words, 

consistent with the general arrangement of the work. 

3. When looking up your insertions in Part II., make a note of the number of any other genea- 

logist who has also indicated in Part II. that he is interested in the same family as yourself. 

By means of this number you will rind his name and address in Part I. 
He will probably be glad to hear from you : — 

(a) What ground you have covered in your researches. 

(b) Whether you are prepared to exchange a copy of your notes for a copy of his. 

(c) Whether you have encountered unsuccessfully any difficulties over which he may 
be able to help you. 

4. Having exhausted your efforts in the direction indicated above, still you can take any 

pedigree which you have compiled and, after having made a list of the intermarriages 
with other families it contains, endeavour to find references to. those families in Part II. 

The genealogists in Part I. who have inserted the surnames of these families in Part II. 
will most probablv be glad to know about the marriages, and may be able to give you 
further information, if desired, as to the parentage of these wives and descendants of 
these married daughters in your pedigree. 



A LETTER TO THE CONTRIBUTORS (OR SUBSCRIBERS) 

. 5. You can then glance through Part I. and note which genealogists are interested in special 
localities, periods, sects, or races. ' 

For instance, you will see from my own entry in Part I. that I am interested in Walton- 
on-Thames genealogy. If your family resided there at any time, or intermarried with 
a Walton family, I should be very pleased to hear from you, and might be able to add to 
your information, at the same time obtaining in exchange from you an addition to my 
notes about the genealogy of this locality. 

6. If your family originated in Ireland, the North of France, or the Channel Islands, Part IV. 

will this year be of interest to you. 

7. Parts V. and VI. are worthy of your attention, especially if you are the author of a genea- 

logical book, or about to print any of your notes. 

8. I would strongly recommend you to read the advertisements at the end of the book. They 

are all of interest to a genealogist. 

Suggestions. 

By request of several contributors to this book, I make the following remarks, using their 
own words : — 

1 . " Tell them in your preface that they must always enclose a stamped, addressed envelope for reply. 

To many of us postage is already a heavy item." 

To which I would add that, even if you are corresponding with a fellow-contributor in a 
foreign country, it is better to send him (loose) unused stamps of your own country than 
none at all. He may', later, be glad of them for enclosure to other of his correspondent- 
in your country, and should he not anticipate any such use for them it is very easy for 
him to return them to you with his reply to your letter. 

2. " It would greatly facilitate matters if inquirers were to state their wants both precisely and 

concisely." 

3. " If a correspondent does not receive a reply by return of post, he should remember tluzt the delay 

may be caused by illness, absence from home, temporary inaccessibility of notes (e.g., spring- 
cleaning !), pressure of more important business, or from any other cause except lack of courtesy." 

4. " You surely do not intend your book to act as a social introduction, but only for purposes of 

correspondence." 

Of course. Even if you find that a genealogist living in the same street as yourself is 
interested in one of your families, this book gives you no permission to do anything but 
write to him. 

5. One correspondent wrote : — 

' I have completed the form you so kindly sent me, but I fear that it will lead to my being pestered 
with circulars which I do not wan!." 

My suggested remedy in this case is the consigning of all undesirable communications to 
the waste-paper basket. 

6. Another writes : — 

' I return your paper. The only objection I can see is the possibility of being let in for corre- 
spondence with people one may not care to know. I had a painful experience of the sort lately, 
when an individual whom, I had helped to some useful knowledge soon began to pester tne a'!.'; 
requests for loans ! " 

Here again the waste-paper basket prescription might be advantageously applied, but I 
should esteem it a favour if you would also write mea confidential letter if vou have any 
complaint to make against a fellow-contributor to this book. Omission of his name from 
future editions will result if several complaints come to hand. 

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TO THIS BOOK FROM THE COMPILER. 

Professional Genealogists. 

Some of my correspondents have expressed the wish that a distinctive mark should be placed 
against the names of professional genealogists. One amateur even wiote that he feared that a 
professional might lure him into a friendly correspondence about his family, and then send in a bill ! 

My reply to this was that I had never met a professional genealogist who would take such 
a course, and even if any were capable of it (which I could not for a moment believe), I understood 
that the etiquette of the profession calls for all fees and out-of-pocket expenses to be prepaid. 

In spite of this, and in order to allay any nervousness which amateur genealogists may feel 
on this account, I hereby notify all the professional genealogists who have been kind enough to 
complete forms for, and to subscribe for a copy of, this book, that when they correspond with any 
other contributor to it, using the name of the " Directory " as an introduction, it must be on the 
clear understanding that they abide by the etiquette of their profession, as expressed above, unless 
they notify such correspondents to the contrary before any fees are incurred. To my mind, a 
distinctive mark would be very unfair, because practically every professional genealogist is interested 
in a non-professional manner in families with which he is connected. A distinctive mark would 
probably deter fellow-contributors from entering into a " friendly correspondence " with him about 
such families. 

Letters. 

Some letters I have received whilst compiling this work are really too amusing to be ignored. 

1. The best specimen of unconscious humour was that written on a postcard by Col. \V. H. C. : — 

" Have not completed your form re genealogy, as I do not know anything about you." 
That was all. As the very essence of my scheme is correspondence between those who 
know nothing about each other, what a useful contributor this man would have become 
had I, for one, satisfied his scruples by giving him references to my clergyman and bankers, 
so that he might have completed the form I sent him ! 

2. Another wrote : — 

" Genealogical matters are better left to the Officers of the Heralds' College." 
What a splendid " snub " he must have imagined this would be for a man who had 
written to him that he had been " a keen amateur student of genealogy for nearly twenty 
years ! " 

3. A third wrote : — 

" I know ALL about my family, and do not want to know MORE." 
Lucky man to know all about his family. Many will envy him. 

4- A lady replied cordially welcoming the idea, and stating that she had sent the blank-form 

to her son to complete for her. Two days later she wrote again, that she must really 
decline to have anything to do with it, as her family so entirely disapproved of the scheme. 

5- I have the honour of being descended from the Le Geyt family of Jersey. Seeing from one 

of the publications mentioned at the commencement of this letter that a lady was interested 
in a family of a very similar surname, I wrote asking permission to send for her acceptance 
a copy of my small pamphlet on the Le Geyts. Here is an extract from her reply : — 

" My family prided itself on having no dealings with the Le Geyts." 

There were other, many other, letters, almost equally lacking in courtesy. Against these I 
like to contrast the kindness of the Jate Canon Bailey, of Canterbury, who, a few weeks before his death 
in December, took the trouble to write with his own hand : — 
" Much too old {nearly 92) to respond." 
I have made quite a collection of kind, encouraging letters about my work received from 
men over eighty years of age. 

7 



A LETTER TO THE CONTRIBUTORS (OR SUBSCRIBERS). 

JEsop's Ass. 

Wt ^ blank ;/°J ms r os ted in November and December, 1906, had no directions printed on the 
JSS^Jtt S ^ ' was '" und >tedwith contributions quite outside the original scope of the schern 
(the majority of these will be iound in Part III.), and requests for explanation. 

On the 1907 blank-forms I endeavoured to cover all the points which correspondents h»A 
m^understood. One of the first forms to be returned to me had written on ^SSS3SSSmS& 
cated directions?" That they bewildered many soon became apparent, as mS^SSSdffi 
completed the new forms according to their own fancy, ignoring all the instruction,. COrresp ° ndenti 

Misunderstandings. 

« tv In + -° ne P" ^J. 5 "" l ^cognise that the blank-form was not well worded The space headed 
Description of Locality or Period," was intended to be used only for the pu pose of SV^ th 

Walretlv ST* " f^ ?"?*Z haVe <™ e ™ted the LalitLs ofpSods n wSyt 
have already found records of your family, but no object is gained by so doing and I fear that othi 
faMklUM! to e th° bjeCt ° f ^bknk space will read your Lry as fSS^ 
nave na^ed t0 th ° SC PerS ° nS ° f the glVen surname who Uved * the localities or penoc/you 

In some cases it is obvious that this mistake has been made, e.g., " Kent &c " convevs nothinr 

< ^Kent^Al J%£** T% ^V*?' W ° rld ' and S ° Cancds the Citation conveyed by t£e woTd 
Kent. Also before and after 1650 " expresses no limitation. 

which KrflJCXnjSS * **? '' >* ^ *"*»*" e ™ which many contributors made. 

IwSt to SSi^S^SZ work and considerable expense, and for which there is little excuse. 

tW « £ • ° g thG W ° rd surname on the blank-form. I would remind contributors 

tllr f Ta + 1S a SUmame ' but that " J° hn Bennion" cannot be so described Part 3 wl< 
never intended to contain references to individuals, but to families. uebcnDea - ^art it. was 

The Next Edition. 

made to poS at ff 2$ S* 1 trUSt ' ^ themSdVeS ta ^ "^ Which an endea ™ r «" ^ 
M , T^ 1 ,* revised and enlarged edition will be necessarv is already apparent There are thou- 
na^s of ma a n V v e su°cn h h Card ^ "? "?*' ?"* ^ " k ^ i^ereS "n\hl subje" U, 
e^ryotZZZtJjl ^u ° ^ t0 °. late t0 «*«**» for this edition, but the as istance of 
e*ery one of the present contributors in bringing in fresh genealogists will be most cordially welcomed. 

espedaK e dSd 0f ThTllT^V 15 } 5 ° f S eneaJ °g ical societies (whether British or foreign), is 

year's edfcfen iTsS^/?^ tb f ^f 1 ^ ^ friends of > ours who ™ n °t included in this 
them whei reaok- SX,? E??" 1 W | h *?* nameS and addresses, and I will willingly forward 
mem. wnen read}, a blank-form to complete for the next year's edition ? 

and ^^tetTp^&a^ 8 the W ° rk haVC beeD reCdVed ' S ° me ° f them a PP ear - cellenJ ' 

Yours faithfully, 

CHAS. A. BERNAU. 



Noi. 1-37 
Abbatt — Araer 



Part I. 



A LIST OF THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF THOSE WHO HAVE 

INDICATED THAT THEY ARE INTERESTED 

IN GENEALOGY. 

Surnames commencing with a, de. Fitz, le, Mac, Mc, M', 0', van, von, &c, will be found 

under A, D, F, L, M, O, V, &c. 
All Mc and M' names are arranged as if written Mac. 
Surnames commencing with St. will be found under Saint. 
Hyphenated names are arranged under the initial letter of the first surname, e.g., " John Dunn-Smith," 

would be indexed under D. 
An endeavour has been made to arrange Continental compound surnames (not hyphenated) in each 

case according to the custom of their country. 



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William Abbatt, 141, E. 25th Sir., New 
York, U.S.A. 

Major L. A. Abbott, U.S. Army, Williams- 
town, Vermont, U.S.A. 

Miss E. C. Abraham, Riverham, Grassen- 
dale Park, Liverpool. 

Frederick ' A Brassard, Holly Bank, 
Heaton Grove, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Rev. F. G. Ackerley, Grindleton Vicarage, 
Clitheroe. 

Charles Collard Adams, Cromwell, Conn., 
U.S.A. 

Maxwell Adams, c/o Messrs. H. S. King & 
Co., 9, Pall Mall, London, S.W. 

Percy W. L. Adams, Moreton House, 
Wolstanton, Staffordshire. 

Mrs. Sitgreaves Adams, 13, Colville Houses, 
London, W. 

Smith Adams, P.O. Box 140, Milltown, 
Maine, U.S.A. 

Dr. W. E. Adeney, i, Eaton Place, Monks- 
town, co. Dublin. 

Cyril H. Aitken, Vernon Grange, Canter- 
bury. 

Mrs. Marv A. Albertson, 3940, Brown 
Sir., Phila.. Pa., U.S.A. 

Rev. Arthur E. Aldworth, Laverstock 
Vicarage, Salisbury. 

C. F. Egerton Allen, Hill Cottage, Tenby, 
is interested in any Pembrokeshire, 
Carmarthenshire or Cardiganshire 
• families, 1600-1800. 

Orrin Peer Allen. Palmer, Mass., U.S.A. 

Mrs. Allfrey, Friston, Rebate. Surrey. 

Rowland L. Almond, c/o Miss Tristram, 
4, South Bailey, Durham. 



t 19. Samuel Morgan Alvord, 254, Ashley Str., 
Hartford, Conn., U.S.A. 

- 20. Azel Ames, M.D., 24, Yale Avenue, Wake- 

field, Mass., U.S.A. 

21. John Amphlett, Clent, Stourbridge. 

22. Sir James S. Anderson, Baronet, 18, 

■ Duncan Road, Great Yarmouth. 

23. Peter John Anderson, LL.B., Librarian 

to the University, Aberdeen. 

24. Herbert F. Anderton, J. P., Vaila, Shet- 

land, N.B. 

25. W. J. Andrew, F.S.A., Cadster, Whaley 

Bridge. 

• 26. Hon. H. Franklin Andrews, Exira, Iowa 

U.S.A. 

- 27. Geo. H. Andruss, c/o Hongkong & Shang- 

hai B'k'g Corp'n, 411, Montgomery 
Str., San Francisco.. Cal., U.S.A. 

28. C. J. Bruce Angier, Hintonville, Suther- 

land Rd., Ealing, London. W. 

29. J. S. Annesley, 5. Polstead Rd.. Oxford. 

» 30. Miss Harriet S. Antrim, Mount Hollv Rd., 

Burlington, X.J., U.S.A. 
31. Ernest George Stackhouse Apedaile, 

Knighton, Horsham, Sussex. 
» 32. Mrs. George Hough Appleton, 1303, 

Church Str., Lynchburgh, Va„ U.S.A. 

33. Lewis Appleton, 15, Old Quebec Str., 

London, W. 

34. Launcelot Archer, S3, Vincont Square, 

Westminster, London, S.W. 

35. Arthur H. Arkle, Elmhurst, Oxton, 

Birkenhead. 

36. Sir George Armytage, Baronet, F.S.A., 

Kirklees Park, Brighouse. 

* 37. Geo. B. Louis Arner, Jefferson.Ohio, U.S.A. 



Nob. 38-90 
Arnold- Bax 



THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY 



38. Edward Montague Arnold, Burton Joyce, 

Footscrav, Kent. 

39. Miss E. H. ASHFORD, 44, Islington Rd., 

Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

40. Burton J. Ashley, 6515, Normal Ave., 

Chicago. U.S.A. 

41. Henry ASHWELL, 117, Waterloo Crescent, 

Nottingham. 

42. Rev. H. J. Dukinfield Astley, M.A., 

Litt.D., East Rudham Vicarage, 
King's Lvnn. 

43. Major J. R. Atkin-Roberts, J. P., Glassen- 

burv, Cranbrook, Kent. 

44. Mrs. Elizabeth Atkinson. Pine Village, 

Warren Co., Ind., U.S.A. 

45. Chas. John Attree, ii, East Str., Horsham, 

Sussex. 

46. Mrs. E. Adams Atwood. 322, Prospect Rd., 

South Haven, Michigan, U.S.A. 

47. Stanley Austin, 43, Darenth Rd., Stamford 

Hill, London, N. 

48. Stephen Thomas Aveling, Boveney, nr. 

Windsor, Berkshire. 

49. John Avery, 63, Windsor Rd., Forest 

Gate. 

50. Ernest Axon, Lightcliffe, Hatherlow, nr. 

Stockport. 

51. Horace S. Bacon, LL.B., 107, Stevens Str., 

Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. 

52. Leon Brooks Bacon, 41, Windermere Str., 

Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 

53. Miss Badcock, Somerleaze, Wells, Somer- 

set. 

54. T 0. Bailey, Cleveland, O., Station B., 

U.S.A. 

55. William F. Bailey, 3, Earlsfort Terrace, 

Dublin. 

56. William Henry Bailey, Town Clerk's 

Office. Derby. 

57. C. H. Baillie, 81, Harehills Avenue, Leeds. 

58. E. Alexander Baillie, late Capt. Ry. 

Sussex Regt., Hinsford House, Dor- 
chester, Dorset. 

59. John R. Baillie, Strabane, co. Tyrone. 
00. Joshua L. Baily. 32, South 15th Str., 

Phila. Pa.. U.S.A. 
(>i. Georce Washington Bain, John Str., 

Sunderland. 
'•2. Chas. Edwd. Baker, Mapperley Rise, 

Sherwood, Nottingham. * 

63, Ellis Benjamin Baker, Telephone Building, 

3d Ave. and 5th St. South, Minneapolis, 
Minnesota, U.S.A. 

64. George Baker, Acomb Green, York. 



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Rev. J. J. Baker, Little Hallingbury 

Rectory, Bishop's Stqrtford. 
Thos. H. Baker, 91, Brown Str., Salisbury. 
Mrs. Orville Dwight Baldwin, 1000, Green 

Str., San Francisco. Cal., U.S.A. 
F. Elrington Ball, 6, Wilton Place, Dublin. 
is interested in families connected 
with co. Dublin. 
H. Houston Ball, 21, Wimborne Gardens, 

London, W. 
J. Frank Bancroft, Tyngsborough, Mass., 

U.S.A. 
Surgeon Charles E. Banks, Marine Hos- 
pital Bureau, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
W. Bruce Bannerman, F.S.A.,The Lindens, 

Sydenham Rd., Croydon. 
Rev. A. T. Bannister, Ewyas Harold 
Vicarage, Hereford, is interested in all 
Herefordshire lore. 
Albert E. Barber, 57. Main Str., Westerly, 

Rhode Island, U.S.A. 
Rev. Henry Barber, M.D., F.S.A., Raven- 
stone, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 
Mrs. Caroline T. Barbour, 49, Neal Str., 

Portland, Maine, U.S.A. 
John Herbert Barker, 283, Upland Rd., 

N. Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. 
George Barlow," Pengelly," Sidcup, Kent. 
Francis Pierrepont Barnard, M.A. (Oxon.), 
F.S.A., Bilsby House, nr. Alford, 
Lincolnshire. 
Miss Barnfield, Stockton Grange, Shifnal, 

Shropshire. 
Dr. John Hendlev Barnhart, Tarrytown, 

New York, U.S.A. 
Harold L. Barrett, 649. Centre Str., 

Jamaica Plain, Mass., U.S.A. 
Rev. R. Grosvenor Bartelot, Vicarage. 

Fordington St. George, Dorchester.- 
Rev. H. H. M. Bartleet, Hallow Vicarage, 

Worcester. 
J. J. Bastert, Breukelen, Holland. 
J. Walter Basye. Bowling Green, Missouri, 

U.S.A. 
Rev. Alfred W. Batchelor, M.A.. D.C.L., 

Brathav, Cookham, Berkshire. 
Rev. E. H. Bates, Puckington Rectory, 

Ilminster. 
Mrs. Stephen Batson, Hoe Benham, 

Newburv. 
Alfred Ridlev Ban, Barrister-at-Law, 
F.S.A., Ivy Bank. Hampstead, London, 
N.W., has notes about numerous 
Surrey and Sussex families. 



Nob. 91-138 
Baxter— Blackett 



PART I. 



ox. Wynne E. Baxter, 170, Church Str., 
Stoke Newington, London, N. 

92. G. F. Tracy Beale, J. P., Bolton House, 

Fowey, Cornwall. 

93. Rev. Canon Beanlands. The Rectory, 

Victoria, B.C. 
— Miss Jennie F. Beans is No. 1384. 

94. Thomas Beard, Surg. Captn. A.M.R., 120, 

Wrottesley Rd., Harlesden, London, 
N.W. 

95. John A. L. Beasley, 35, Friar Lane, 

Leicester. 

96. James Alexander Beattie, Cults, Aber- 

deenshire. 

97. F. C. Beazley, Fern Hill, Oxton, Birken- 

head. 

98. Albert C. Beckwith, Elkhorn, Walworth 

Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A. 

99. Dr. John Beddoe, The Chantry, Bradiord- 

on-Avon, is interested in Northumbrian 
Anglo-Danish families, 12th and 13th 
Centuries especially. 

100. James E. Bedford, " Arncliffe," Shire 

Oak Rd., Headingley, Leeds. 

101. Jhr. F. Beelaerts van Blokland, 22, 

Jan van Nassaustraat, The Hague. 

102. Ralph J. Beevor, Reymerston, Manor 

Rd., St. Albans. 

103. Mrs. E. F. Behrens, Newfield House, 

Forest Hill, Kent. 

104. Henry S. Bell, Netherhall, Sidcup, 

Kent. 

105. W. Heward Bell, Cleeve House, Melks- 

ham, Wiltshire. 

106. Hon. Mrs. Bellew, Jenkinstown Park, 

Kilkenny, Ireland. 

107. Sir Henry H. Bemrose, Lonsdale Hill, 

Derby. 

108. Henry Stewart Benbow, 4S1, Green Lane, 

Birmingham. 

109. Mrs. Bennett, 6, Arthur Str. East, 

London, E.C. 
no. Arthur L. Bennett, Digby, Nova Scotia, 

Canada. 
Hi. John H. E. Bennett, 66, Cambrian 

Crescent, Chester. 
112. Francis Bennett -Goldney, F.S.A., 

Abbot's Barton, Canterbury. 

113- George Benson, 16, Cronkeyshaw Rd., 
• Rochdale, Lancashire. 

114- Rev. P. L. Bensted, St. Augustine's, 

High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. 
115. Allen H. Bent, 22, Devonshire Str., 
Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 



116. Lt.-Colonel G. W. Beresford, The Cedars, 

Harlington, Middlesex. 

117. Samuel Ball Beresford, 76. Cambridge 

Rd., Ilford, Essex. 

118. Rev. W. Beresford, R.D., St. Luke's 

Vicarage, Leek, Staffordshire. 

119. E. A. B. Bernard, The Lodge, Evesham, 

Worcestershire. 

120. Very Rev. J. H. Bernard, D.D., Dean of 

St. Patrick's, Dublin. 

121. Mrs. Chas. A. Bernau, Pendeen, Bowes 

Rd., Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. 

122. Chas. A. Bernau, Pendeen, Bowes Rd., 

Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, is inter- 
ested in Walton-on-Thames genealogy 
and topography. 

123. Henry F. Berry, 51, Waterloo Rd., 

Dublin. 

124. Raymond Tinne Berthon, c/o Mrs. D. D. 

Pittock, The Post Office, Kingsdown, 
nr. Dover, Kent. 

125. Alfred A. Bethune-Baker, 23, Old Build- 

ings, Lincoln's Inn, London. 

126. Rev. Wm. J. Betts, South Moreton, 

Wallingford. 

127. Sir Edmund T. Bewley. LL.D., 40, 

Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin. 

128. Leonard Biddulph, late R.F.A., Karani 

Cottage, East Molesey, Surrey. 

129. L. M. Biden, 38, Farnaby Rd., Short- 

lands, Kent. 

130. F. J. Biggar, M.R.I.A., Ardrigh, Belfast, 

is interested in Ulster families. 

131. Rev. W. B. Hesketh Biggs, Emery Down 

Vicarage, Lyndhurst, Hampshire. 

132. Rev. R. F. Bigg-Wither, Wonston Rec- 

tory, Micheldever, Hampshire. 
133- W. J. J. C. Bijleveld (2nd Archivist to 
the City of Leyden). Hmze " de Sleutel," 
Voorschoten, "nr. Leyden, has informa- 
tion about any Dutch families, noble 
or patrician, up till the 15th Cen- 
tury. 

134. Miss Ada L. Bindloss, c/o Frank Bind- 

loss, Bindloss Chambers, Chapel Walks, 
Manchester. 

135. Herbert Birch, i. Queen Victoria Str., 

London, E.C. 

136. John Bissell, Office 1106. Arrott Build- 

ing, Pittsburg, Pa.. U.S.A. 

137. Mrs. J. S. Black, Balgowan House, Perth, 

Scotland. 

138. W. C. Blackett, Acorn Close. Sacriston, 

Durham. 



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139. Thos. M. Blagg, F.S.A., Nevvark-upon- 162. 

Trent, is interested in South Notts 
families. 163. 

140. A. Campbell Blair, Burton Closes, Bake- 

well. 164. 

141. Prof. Edwin M. Blake, University of 

Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A. 165. 

142. William Phipps Blake, Mill Rock, New 

Haven, Conn., U.S.A. 166. 

143. Miss Esther Rosamond Bland, Ingle- 

thorpe Manor, Wisbech. 167. 

144. Rev. B. W. Blin-Stoyle. M.A. (Cantab.), 

The Croft House, Geddington, nr. 168. 

Kettering. 

145. Arthur Edward Blocker, surgeon, etc., 169. 

20, Victoria Sq., Clifton, Bristol. 

146. Rev. J. Harvey Bloom, M.A., Whit- 170. 

church Rectory. Stratford-on-Avon, 
is interested in families of Warwick- 171. 

shire and the adjoining parts of 
Gloucester and Worcester. 172. 

147. George Alder Blumer, M.D., Duncan 

Lodge, Providence, Rhode Island, 173. 

U.S.A. 

148. Miss Blunt, Adderbury Manor, Banbury, 174. 

Oxon. 

149. Capt. C. D. M. Blunt, Adderbury Manor, 175. 

Banbury, Oxon. 

150. Harry Edward Bockett. iq. Ravens- 176. 

court Park Mansions, Hammersmith, 177. 

London, W. 

151. Reginald Stewart Boddington, 60. High 178 

Str., Worthing. 

152. Rev. George M. Bodge, 11. Meredith Str., 179. 

West Roxbury, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 

153. N. Bond, Creech Grange, Wareham, 180. 

Dorset. 

154. Charles Edwin Booth, National Arts 1S1. 

Club, 15, Gramercy Park, New York, 

U.S.A. 182. 

x 55- J- F- Booth, Manor House, Lees, nr. 

Oldham. 183. 

156. Lieut. Henry T. A. Bosanouet, R.N., 

Bourne Cottage, Bexley. 184. 

157- N. E. T. Bosanquet, Cowley. Uxbridge. 185. 

158. W. Graham Boss, 16, Union Str., Edin- 

burgh. 186. 

159. George F. Bosworth. F.R.G.S., " Hill- 

cote," Church Hill Rd., Walthamstovv, 187. 

Essex. 

160. Rev. W. C. Boulter, 28, Queen's Rd., 

Bayswater, London. W. 1S8. 

161. Mrs. Shear] ashub Bourne, Barrington, i8q. 

R.I., U.S.A. 



Rev. D. S. Boutflower, Monkweai- 

mouth Vicarage, Sunderland. 
Dwight E. Bowers, P.O. Box 595, New 

Haven, Conn., U.S.A. 
Chas. E. B. Bowles, The Nether House. 

Wirksworth, Derbyshire. 
A. E. Bowness, Station Rd., Eaglescliffe, 

Durham. 
Percy A. Bowyer, 65, Brigstock Rd.. 

Thornton Heath, Surrey. 
Chas. Boyce, Auxiliary Forces Club, 

Whitehall, London. 
Colonel The Honble. Robert Boyle, 95, 

Onslow Square, London, S.W. 
Dr. L. J. A. Braakenburg van Backum. 

's Hertogenbosch, Noord-Braband. 
Dr. H. M. Bracken, ioio, Fourth Str., 

S.E., Minneapolis, Minn.. U.S.A. 
Major Henry Brackenbury, Camberley, 

Surrey. 
William Bradbrook, M.R.C.S., etc., 

Bletchley, Buckinghamshire. 
Miss Lucy Abigail Brainard, 4, Atwood 

Str., Hartford, Conn., U.S.A. 
Dr. John B. Brainerd, 18, Huntington 

Ave., Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 
Lieut. Col. Bramble, F.S.A., " Seafield," 

Weston-super-Mare. 
W. H. Bramwell, Bow, Durham. 
William Salt Brassington, F.S.A., South- 
croft, Stratford-on-Avon. 
Thos. Brayshaw, Solicitor, Settle, York- 
shire. 
Col. Alexander Bredin, Abbey View, 

Monkstown, co. Dublin. 
F. S. Brereton, Thornleigh, Catford, 

Kent. 
Sir John Brickwood, Branketmere, 

Southsea, Hampshire. 
Abel Bridge, J. P., 82, Greengate Str., 

Oldham. 
Joseph C. Bridge, M.A., D.Mus., F.S.A., 

Christchurch Vicarage, Chester. 
Henry Brierley, Wigan. Lancashire. 
Arthur N. Briggs, c/o Messrs. Milligan, 

Forbes & Co., Bradford, Yorkshire. 
Edgar Francis Briggs. Holmwood, Monu- 
ment Hill, Weybridge, Surrey. 
Clarence S. Brigham, Librarian R.I. 

Historical Society, Providence, Rhode 
Island. U.S.A. 
Miss M. E. Briscoe, Neath Hill, Shifr.al. 
John Broad, Victoria House, 5, Bank 

Str., Ashford, Kent. 



PART I. 



Noa. 190-24 
Brodnax — Carp 



igo. Mrs. M. Louisa Brodnax, The Bedford 
House, 35, Bedford Place, Russell 
Square, London, W.C. 

191. Mrs. Aymee Bromley, c/o Messrs. 

Richardson & Co., 25, Suffolk Str., 
Pall Mall East. London, S.W. 

192. John Bromley, Savage Club, Adelphi, 

London. 

193. Harry Vesey Brooke, J. P., D.L., Fairley, 

Countesswells, Aberdeenshire. 

194. J. T. Brooke, Greenbank, Carlow. 

195. Rev. R. E. Broughton, Prestbury 

Vicarage, Cheshire. 

196. Rev. C. G. Browne, Lympstone Rectory, 

Devon. 

197. Browne & Browne, 103, Grey Str., 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

198. George Brownen, Talnas, Grove Road, 

Christchurch, Hants. 

199. George Brownson, Burnside, Hyde, 

Cheshire. 

200. Harold C. Brushfield, Ashford, Derby- 

shire. 

201. T. Hugh Bryant, 19, Lena Gardens, 

Hammersmith, London, W. 

202. A. W. Gray Buchanan, Parkhill, Polmont, 

Stirlingshire. 

203. Rev. C. J. Buckmaster, Hindley Vicarage, 

Wigan. 

204. Charles H. Buffum, Holbrook, Mass., 

U.S.A. 

205. Mrs. Henry Thorp Bulkley, Southport, 

Conn., U.S.A. 

206. Frederick William Bull, Solicitor, Ketter- 

ing. 

207. Sir William Bull, M.P., 474, Uxbridge 

Rd., London, W. 

208. Mark W. Bullen, 38, Mount Park 

Crescent, Ealing, London, W. 

209. R. Freeman Bullen, Public Library, 

Bow. London. E. 

210. Dr. J. G. B. Bulloch, 1704, O Str., 

Washington D.C., U.S.A. 

211. J. M. Bulloch, iiS, Pall Mall, London, 

S.W. 

212. Rev. Llewellyn C. W. Bullock, Rugby. 
* I 3- J- W. Willis Bund, Shirehall, Worcester. 

214. William Braylesford Bunting, The 

Courses, Chapel - en - le - Frith, near 
' Stockport, is interested in families 
in High Peak, especially those of 
Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

215. Miss Burdett, Ramsbury Manor, Wilt- 

shire. 



216. Mrs. L. A. H. Burgert, 10074, Kee-Mar, 

Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 

217. Ashworth P. Burke, 45, Pall Mall, 

London, S.W., is interested in any 
family. 

218. William Lambert Burke, 26, Leeson Park. 

Dublin*. 

219. G. J. M. Burnett, Elstree Cottage, 

Elstree, Hertfordshire. 

220. A. G. Burney, The Weir, Hereford. 

221. Henry Edward Burney, Wavendon 

Tower, Woburn Sands. 

222. Hector Burn-Murdoch, Advocate, 18, 

Castle Street, Edinburgh. 
— Maxwell Bury, is No. 1,387. 

223. Rev. W. E. Bury, Screveton Rectory, 

Nottinghamshire. 

224. Hon. A. Augustine Butterfield, Jack- 

sonville, Vt., U.S.A. 

225. C. S. Buys Ballot, Rijnstraat 5, The 

Hague. 

226. W. A. Cadbury, Wast Hill, King's Norton. 

227. Francis J. CADE.Teighmore, Cheltenham. 

228. Henry Cadle, Bethany, Missouri. U.S.A. 

229. Ernest Callard. Little Missenden Abbey, 

Buckinghamshire. 

230. Rev. George Henry Cameron, The 

Rectory, Heidelberg, Transvaal, S. 
Africa. 

231. James A. Cameron, Firhall, Nairn, 

Scotland. 

232. Donald Cameron-Swan, F.S.A. Scot., 

116. Charing Cross Rd.. London, W.C. 

233. Charles H. Campbell. 2101 G. Str., 

Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 

234. Mrs. Edmund Campbell, Lyceum Club, 

128, Piccadilly, London. 

235. J. H. Mayne Campbell, iS, Hanover 

Square, London, W. 

236. H. C. Campion, Jr., 4235 Regent Sq., 

Phila., Pa., U.S.A. 

237. Walter N. Capen, 15. Whitehall Str., New 

York, U.S.A. 

238. G. P. Cardell, 44, Chorley New Rd., 

Bolton, Lancashire. 

239. Richard Clayton Carew, Lieut. R.N. 

retired, J. P., co. Waterford, Ballindud, 
Waterford. 

240. Miss Edith F. Carey, Le Vallon, Guern- 

sey. 

241. Sir Thomas D. Gibson Carmichael, 

Malleny, Balerno, Midlothian. 

242. Cuthbert E. Carr, i, Collingwood Str., 

Newcas tie-on -Tvne. 



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243. Rev. Thos. Wm. Carr, Long Rede, 

Barming, Maidstone. 

244. Herbert George Carr Carr-Ellison, 15, 

Portland Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

245. Mrs. H. A. Carroll, Charles Town, 

Jefferson Co., W. Va., U.S.A. 

246. Miss Carter, c/o Rt. Hon. Lord Hemphill, 

65, Merrion Square, Dublin. 

247. Alexander Scott Carter, 2, Upper 

Woburn Place, Tavistock Square, 
London. 

248. Frederick Carter, 8, New Square, Lin- 

coln's Inn, London. 

249. John Campbell Carter, 7, Bachelor's 

Walk, Dublin. 

250. Wm. F. Carter, 33, Waterloo Street, 

Birmingham, is interested in Stafford- 
Shire and Warwickshire families. 

251. Rev. Seth C. Cary, 12, Brent Str., Dor- 

chester Center, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 

252. Dr. Erastus E. Case, 902, Main Street, 

Hartford, Conn., U.S.A. 
2 53- Joseph J. Casey, 20 East 130th Str., 
Manhattan, New York City, U.S.A. 

254. Alfred C. Cass, 271, West Rittenhouse 

Str., German town, Phila., Pa., U.S.A. 

255. Septimus Castle, Park Lodge, Bidston, 

Birkenhead. 

256. James Catesby. 58, Cleveland Str., 

Fitzroy Square, London, W. 

257. Major Tankerville Chamberlayne, c/o 

Messrs. Holt & Co., 3, Whitehall Place, 
London, S.W. 

258. Rev. L. J. Chamber'len, Duntisbourne 

Abbots Rectory, Cirencester. 

259. Captain Bertram Mordaunt Chambers, 

Royal Navy, Cold Harbour House, 
Clarence Square, Gosport, Hants. 
2(x>. Chas. Chambers, 63, Rotterdam Rd., 
Lowestoft, Suffolk, is interested in any 
families in Lowestoft or neighbourhood. 

261. Mrs. H. P. Chambers, Grove House, 

Whyteleafe, Surrey. 

262. R. E. E. Chambers, Pill House, Bishop's 

Taunton, Barnstaple. 

263. The Very Rev. A. St. John Chambre. 

D.D., Rector of St. Anne's Church, and 

Dean of Eastern Convocation, Lowell, 

Mass., U.S.A. 
264.' Frederic Chancellor, V.D., J. P., 

F.R.I.B.A., Bellerield, Chelmsford. 
265. Rev. C. H. Irving Channer, Chiist 

Church Rectorv, Adrian, Michigan, 

U.S.A. 



266. Rev. J. F. Chanter, The Rectory, 

Parracombe, R.S.O., N. Devon, 1 
interested in North Devon families. 
1550- 1800, especially clergy. 

267. Lady Chapman, Beech Hurst, Wingfield, 

Surrey. 

268. Edward C. Chatfield, 613, Fulton Str., 

Minneapolis. Minn., U.S.A. 

269. Miss Chichester, Shane Lodge, New- 

castle, co. Down. 

270. Walter Chitty, Wilcot, Pewsey, Wiltshire. 

271. Leopold Choice, Disley, Cheshire. 

272. L. H. T. Christian, Bank House, Arran 

Quay, Dublin. 

273. E. L. Christie, Charlton Horethorne 

House, Sherborne. 

274. John Christie, 181, Morningside Rd., 

Edinburgh. 

275. Miller Christy, The Blue House, Chignal 

St. James, Chelmsford. 

276. John Arthur Clapham, 30, St. Paul's Rd., 

Bradford. 

277. Mrs. Albert B. Clark, Lee, Berkshire Co., 

Mass., U.S.A. 

278. Byron N. Clark, General Secretary 

Y.M.C.A., Burlington, Vermont, U.S.A. 

279. James R. Clark, Maunie, White Co., 111., 

U.S.A. 

280. Mrs. Mary Bosworth Clarice, 143, Napier 

Place, Richmond Hill, N.Y., U.S.A. 

281. Joseph Cecil Clay, Westholme, Market 

Drayton. 

282. H. Sandford Claye, Park Lane, Maccles- 

field. 

283. Edward A. Claypool. 309, Bush Temple 

of Music, Chicago, 111.. U.S.A. 

284. Edwy G. Clayton, 10, Old Palace Lane, 

Richmond, Surrey. 

285. Frederick Clayton, The Elms, Morden, 

Mitcham, Surrey. 

286. James Clegg, 115, The Crescent, Roch- 

dale. 
2S7. H. J. B. Clement, Killadoon, Celbridge, 
Ireland. 

288. Lewis H. Clement, Manager. Mason & 

Hamlin Co., 139 Fifth Ave., N.Y. 
City, U.S.A. 

289. Mrs. Climenson, Shiplake Grange, 

Henley-on-Thames. 

290. Mrs. John Baird Clotworthy, Hillman. 

Taliaferro Co., Georgia, U.S.A. 

291. A. D. Cloy'D, M.D., 303, Woodmen <•; 

the World B'ld'g., Omaha, Nebrask.i. 
U.S.A. 



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PART I. 



292. Truman Coates, M.D., Oxford, Chester 

Co., Pa., U.S.A. 

293. Harry A. Cockburn, 92, Eaton Terrace, 

London, S.W. 

294. Miss Lydia S. Cody, 5905, Longfellow 

Ave., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 

295. Thellwall Russell Coggeshall, Girard 

College, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. 

296. Ernest Byron Cole, 1922, Broadway 

Str., Indianapolis, Ind., U.S.A. 

297. Frank Theodore Cole, 344, E. Town Str., 

Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. 

298. William Beale Cole, 62, Grosvenor Rd., 

Canonbury, London, N. 

299. James Coleman', Hon. Secretary of the 

Cork Hist, and Arch. Society, 70, 
St. Patrick Str., Cork. 

300. Rev. E. Collett, Hay ton Vicarage, 

Retford. 

301. Robert F. S. Colvill, Coolock House, 

co. Dublin. 

302. John Comber, High Steep, Jarvis Brook, 

Sussex. 

303. Albert Commons, Wilmington, Delaware, 

U.S.A. 

304. George S. Comstock, Mechanicsburg, 

Penna., U.S.A. 

305. Edward Conder, F.S.A., The Conigree 

Court, Newent, Gloucestershire. 

306. G. E. Congdon, Waterman, 111., U.S.A. 

307. Iliff Conger, Sewanee, Tenn., U.S.A. 

308. Allen M. Cook, 96, Bousch Str., Norfolk, 

Va., U.S.A. 

309. Mrs. F. E. Dowdell Cooke, Cappagh 

House, Ballingrane, co. Limerick. 

310. John Henry Cooke, Crossfield House, 

Winsford, Cheshire. 

3IX. John Ormsby Cooke, Kilturra, Ballymote, 
co. Sligo. 

3 I 2. Rev. Edward Cookson, M.A., 34, War- 
rington Rd., Ipswich. 

Z*3- Arthur L. Cooper, 17, Friar Str., Reading. 

3*4- J- Edward Cooper, 25, Cambridge Gar- 
dens, North Kensington, London, W. 

315- Gilbert Cope, West Chester, Penna., 
U.S.A. 

3*6. Mrs. Hautenville Cope, 13a, Hyde Park 
Mansions, London, W., and Sulham- 
stead Park, Berkshire. 

W- S. Monckton Copeman, M.D., F.R.S., 
Local Government Board, Whitehall, 
London, S.W. 

318. Mrs. Frances Harrison Corbin, 54, Dwight 
Str., New Haven, Conn., U.S.A. 



319. Mrs. Cordes, Sihvood Park, Sunninghill, 

Berkshire. 

320. Wm. Hemming Corker, Solicitor, 52, 

Grand Parade, Cork. 

321. Rev. Charles W. Cornish, 129, Fordwych 

Rd., Cricklewood, London, N.W. 

322. Miss Lillias Cotesworth, 45, Westmin- 

ster Mansions, Great Smith Str., 
London, S.W. 

323. Major E. R. Cottingham, R.M.A., 

Eastney Barracks, Portsmouth. 

324. W. Sandford Cottrill, Orr's Buildings, 

Pritchard Str., Johannesburg, S. Africa. 

325. Rev. Hon. H. H. Courtenav, Powderham 

Rectory, Exeter. 

326. William Henry Cowburn, 29, Princes 

Str., Manchester. 

327. The Very Rev. George Young Cowell, 

M.A., Dean of Kildare, The Deanery, 
Kildare. 

328. Joseph Meadows Cowper, F.S.A., Bel- 

mont, Harbledown, Canterbury, is 
interested in all Kent families 1500 
(abt.) to 1S00. 

329. George Henry Cox, J. P., Ellacot, Oxton, 

Birkenhead. 

330. Stafford Cox, Oulton Broad, Lowestoft. 

331. A. W. Crawley-Boevey, 24, Sloane 

Court, Chelsea, London, S.W. 

332. Miss B. F. Cresswell, 23, Wonford Rd.. 

Exeter, is interested .in Devon church 
archaeology, and, though not a genea- 
logist, has kindly offered to help by 
copying monumental inscriptions, &c, 
in Devon. 

333. G. G. Baker Cresswell, 87, South 

Lambeth Rd., London, S.W. 

334. Lionel Cresswell, Barrister-at-Law, 

Wood Hall, Calverley, Yorks. 

335. Frederick Arthur Crisp, F.S.A., " Grove 

Park Press," 270, Walworth Rd., 
London, S.E., and of *' Broadhurst," 
Godalming, Surrey. 

336. Richard Benyon Croft, Fanhams Hall, 

Ware. 

337. H. T. Crofton. Oldheld, Maidenhead. 

338. Walter E. R. Crofts, 2, Granville Rd., 

North Finchley, London, N. 

339. W. H. Croockewit, 65, Nieuwe Haven, 

Rotterdam. 

340. T. Ashley Crook, Riversleidi, Lytham. 

341. Major Richard Rollo Gillespie Crook- 

shank, Sloperton, Kingstown, co. 
Dublin, Ireland. 



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Mrs. Sarah D. Cropley, 

Mass., U.S.A. 
Mrs. Chas. J. Crosfield, 

Mossley Hill, Liverpool. 
Philip Crossle, 6, Mountainview Terrace, 

Dundalk. 
Chas. Hall Crouch, 5, Grove Villas, 

Wanstead, Essex. 
Leo Culleton, 92, Piccadilly, London, W. 
Mrs. Ashley Cummins, 17, St. Patrick's 

Place, Cork. 
Joseph George Cupples, Brookline, Mass., 

U.S.A. 
Hubert B. Curling, St. Dunstan's, 

Canterbury. 
Miss Cora C. Curry, P.O. Box 2294, 

Station " G," Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
Rev. Algernon Curtois, 3, Monks Leys 

Terrace, Lincoln. 
John F. Curwen, F.S.A., Heversham, 

Milnthorpe. 
Miss Patricia Curwen, Workington Rec- 
tory, Cumberland. 
Rev. A. H. Dacombe, 92, Mount Pleasant 

Lane, L'pper Clapton, London. 
J. M. J. Dacombe, 27, Holdenhurst Rd., 

Bournemouth. 
Hylton B. Dale, 60, Onslow Gardens, 

Queen's Gate, London, S.W. 
Rev. T. C. Dale, 115, London 

Croydon. 
James Dallas (Corresp. Memb. 

Archaeol. Asso.), 36, Divinity 

Oxford. 
J. Dalmahoy-Forbes, 8, Bruce 

Glasgow, W. 
Honble. Hew Dalrymple, Lochinch, 

Castle Kennedy, Wigtownshire. 
J. D alton, Harbour ^Master, Ningpo, 

China. 
Mrs. Harry Castell Damant, Lammas, 

Cowes. Isle of Wight. 
Captain C. F. Dampiek, R.N., United 

Service Club, Pall Mall, London. S.W. 
Jas. Whiteside Dane, D.L., Abbeyfield, 

Naas, co. Kildare. 
Carlos Parsons Darling, Lawrenceville, 

Tioga Co., Pa., U.S.A. 
Rev. Frederick C. B. Darwent, Holme on 

Spalding Moor, York. 
F. L. G. D'Aumerie, Pieter Bothstraat 

65, The Hague. 
Rev. James Davenport, Wichenford 

Vicarage, Worcester. 



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R. J.W. Davison, Cross House. Ilminster. 

Fred. N. Day, Auburndale, Mass., U.S.A. 

Wilson M. Day, 54, Lafayette Boulevard, 
Detroit, Michigan. U.S.A. 

Edward Deacon, Bridgeport, Conn., 
U.S.A. 

Howard Deacon, 3256, Chestnut Str., 
Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. 

Charles L. Dearborn, Muskegon, Mich., 
U.S.A. 

William De Caux, 31, Avenue de Saxe, 
Paris. 

Prebendary Cecil Deedes, 32, Little 
London, Chichester. 

Charles Deering, 2645. Sheridan Rd., 
Evanston, Illinois, U.S.A. 

Miss G. I. Deey, 63, Torrington Square, 
London, W.C. 

Lt. Colonel T. W. Mansell De Guerin, 
Le Mont Durant, Guernsey. 

Frederic De Hochepied-Larpent, 36, 
Crystal Palace Park, Sydenham. Lon- 
don, S.E. 

Wilhelm De Joncheere, Viersen, Rhein- 
land, Germany. 

S. S. De Knevett, 121, Birkbeck Cham- 
bers, Holborn, London, W.C. 

N. De La Lynde, 70, Lord Str., Liver- 
pool. 

Nobile dott. Enrico Del Torso. Udine, 
Italy, is interested in the genealogy 
and heraldry of Friuli (province of 
Udine, Italy.") 

Samuel Denison. 12, Monkbridge Rd., 
Headinglev, Leeds. 

Rev. H. L. L. Denny, M.A., 6. Wilton 
Terrace, Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin. 

T. W. Des Tombe, Villa Renata, de Bilt, 
Netherlands. 

Howard P. Devereux, 22, Crosthwaite 
Park East, Kingstown, Ireland. 

Rev. Dr. A. De Vlieger. Chorlton-cum- 
Hardv, Manchester. 

F. H. De Vos, Barrister-at-Law, Galle, 
Ceylon. 

Edmond Fernand De Werpe, Secretaire, 
Agence Consulaire de France, Sun- 
derland. 

Albert Dickerman, Watsonville, Cali- 
fornia, U.S.A. 

Conway Dighton, 2. Blenheim Terrace, 
Cheltenham. 

Geoige Dimmock, Ph.D., Springfield, 
Mass.. U.S.A. 



16 



PART I. 



395. Mrs. A. Dixon, c/o Messrs. H. S. King & 

Co., 9, Pall Mall, London, S.W. 

396. Captain G. F. Dixon, c/o Messrs. Cox & 

Co., 16, Charing Cross, London. 

397. Rev. T. G. Dixon, Wick-ham Bishops 

Rectory, Witham, Essex. 

398. Alfred A. Doane. 21, Hillside Ave., 

Walden, Mass., U.S.A. 

399. Edward Henry Dobree, Udney Hall, 

Tedding ton. 

400. Rev. Sidney E. Dodderidge, Thornbury 

Rectory, Bromyard, Herefordshire. 

401. Edwin Dodds, Home House, Low Fell, 

Gateshead. 

402. Mrs. Dodgshon, Bream Lodge, Sydney, 

Gloucestershire. 

403. Cecil G. Dolmage, LL.D., F.R.A.S., 

33, Warwick Rd., Earl's Court, London, 
S.W., is especially interested in the 
"Old Noblesse of Brittany." 

404. Rev. E. R. Dowdeswell, Pull Court, 

Tewkesbury. 

405. Louis Stoughton Drake, Auburndale, 

Newton, Mass., U.S.A. 

406. T. A. S. Drew, 75, Rye Hill Park, 

Peckham Rye, London. 

407. Edward Bowles Driffield, " Escrick," 

Formby, Lancashire. 

408. The Countess of Drogheda, Moore 

Abbey, Monasterevan, co. Kildare. 

409. J. Drought, F.C.S., A.Inst.M.M., Mt. 

Lundiana Estate, Molo, Brit. East Africa. 

410. George Claridge Druce, M.A., F.L.S., 

Yardley Lodge, Crick Rd., Oxford. 

411. Chas. M. Drury, Barraderry, Kittegan, 

co. Wicklow. 

412. Henry C. Drury, M.D., 48, Fitzwilliam 

Square, Dublin. 

413- Miss M. Dryden, Canons Ashby, Byfields, 

Northamptonshire. 

414- Office of Hrms, Bublin Castle, 

Dublin, Ireland. (See Part IV.). 

415- Rev. J. T. Houssemayne Du Bouley, 

Shawford, Hampshire. 
416. George F. Duck, 603, Keystone Building, 

Pittsburg, Pa., U.S.A. 
4X7- Rev. Reginald C. Dudding, Saleby 

Rectory, Alford, Lincolnshire. 
418. H. T. Dufton, Bridge House, Brockford, 

Stowmarket, Suffolk. 
4 r 9- H.H. Prince Frederick Duleep Singh, 

M.V.O., F.S.A., Breckles, Attleborough, 

Norfolk, is interested in anv families in 

Norfolk or Suffolk. 



420. 
421. 
422. 

423- 
424. 

425- 
426. 
427. 
428. 
429. 
430. 

43i- 

432. 
433- 
434- 

435- 

436. 
437- 

438. 

439 
440 

441 
442 

443 

444 

445 



Nos. 395—445 
Dixon— Elliott 



Col. Warren Scott Dungan, Chariton, 

Iowa, U.S.A. 
Major Terence J. B. Dunne, Toutley Hall, 

Wokingham, Berkshire. 
Colonel C. J. Durand, Grange Villa, 

Guernsey. 
Rev. William Durant, D.D., Saratoga 

Springs, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Joseph Pinckney Durham, 1131, West 

30th Str., Indianapolis, Ind., U.S.A. 
Austin Durst, 3, Raymond Buildings, 

Gray's Inn, London, W.C. 
R. Henry W. Dwight, 67, Franklin 

Str., Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 
Miss Dyke, Lullingstone Castle, Eynsford, 

Kent. 
William A. Eardeley, M.A., 466, State 

Str., Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Hardman Arthur Earle, Knightsbridge 

Mansions, London, S.W. 
Lieut. Col. Sir Henry Earle, Bart., 

Norton Lodge, Yarmouth, Isle of 

Wight, is interested in all families 

of Warrington and Runcorn, Lanes., 

about 1550. 
W. J. W. Easterbrook, Winchester 

House, London, E.C. 
John Eastham, Mytton House, Clitheroe. 
Austin Eastwood, Fairfield, Manchester. 
Rev. Arthur Wentworth Hamilton Eaton, 

D.C.L., 20, East 50th Str., N.Y. City, 

U.S.A. 
Professor T. W. Edmondson, B.A., Ph.D.. 

University Heights, New York Citv. 

U.S.A. 
Mrs. Edwards, Ness Strange. Shrewsbury. 
Frederick A. Edwards, F.R.G.S., 30. 

Agate Rd., Hammersmith, London, W. 
Lieut. Colonel L. Ed ye, 26. St. James Str.. 

(and St. James' Club), Montreal, 

Canada. 
William Morley Egglestone, Stanhope, 

R.S.O., co. Durham. 
Joseph Carter Eisdell, Hurstpierpoint, 

Sussex. 
Miss Eliot, Elmhurst, Camberley. 
Henry Ware Eliot, 4446, Westminster 

Place, St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A. 
Miss Mary C. Eliot, Clinton, Connecticut. 

U.S.A. 
Wm. Elkins-Green, 3, Grange Terrace. 

Sunderland. 
Professor A. Marshall Elliott, 18. East 

Eager Str., Baltimore, Md., U.S.A. 



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446. Edward Kirby Elliott, Green's Norton, 471 

Towcester, Northamptonshire. 

447. W. T. T. Elliott, c/o Messrs. Macneill 472 

& Co., 2, Clive Ghat Str., Calcutta, 
India. 

448. Wm. Edward Ellis, LL.D., Alberta, 

Malone Rd., Belfast. 

449. Mrs. Emerson, Foxwold, Southbourne, 

Christchurch, Hampshire. 475 

450. Dr. P. H. Emerson, Foxwold, 

Southbourne-on-Sea, nr. Christchurch, 
Hampshire. 

451. Rev. George Eyre Evans, Ty Tringad, 

Aberystwyth. 476. 

452. Robert Noyes Fairbanks, 78, City Rd., 

London, E.C. 477. 

453. Miss E. H. Fairbrother, c/o Messrs. 

H. S. King & Co., 9, Pall Mall, London. 478. 

— Lindsay Fairfax, is No. 1382. 

454. Frederick B. Falkiner, Streamville, 

Ballybrack, co. Dublin. 479. 

455. R. Sydney Falkner, 38, Chaworth Rd., 

West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire. 

456. W. V. R. Fane, Fulbeck Hall, Grantham. 480. 

457. Basil Fanshawe, Bratton Fleming, 

R.S.O., North Devon. 481. 

458. H. C. Fanshawe, C.S.I., 72, Philbeach 

Gardens, London, S.W. 482. 

459. Edward Devey Farmer, Fieldcote, Old- 

bury, Bridgnorth, Shropshire. 483. 

460. George Francis Farnham, Ouorn House, 

Loughborough. 484. 

461. Thomas M. Farquhar, S.W. cor. 19, 

& Ellsworth Sirs., Phila., Pa., U.S.A. 485. 

462. Frederick Montague Farrar, 8, Holbein 

House, Sloane Square, London, S.W. 486. 

463. Rev. Edmund Farrer, F.S.A., Hinder- 

clay Rectory, Diss. 487. 

464. W. Farrer, Hall Garth, Carnforth, is 

interested in all Lancashire families for 
Victoria Countv History of Lancashire. 

465. Rev. Edmund H. Ffllowes, The Clois- 

ters, Windsor Castle^ i 489. 

466. Geo. M. Fellows, Hvde Park, Mass., 

U.S.A. 

467. George D. Fenntng, 3, St. Matthew's 490. 

Rd., St. Leonards-on-Sea. 491. 

468. Dr. Henry T. Fernald, Amherst, Mass., 

U.S.A. 49s 

469. William G. Ferrar, Mem. Inst. C.E., 

St. Philip's Vicarage, Bethnal Green, 
London, N.E. 

470. George Fillingham, i6, East Parade, 493. 

Leeds. 

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Edward Filliter, 3, Rosslyn Hill, 

Hampstead, London, N.W.- 
Dr. Wm. E. St. Lawrence Finny, J. P., 

Tamesa, Kingston Hill, Surrey. 
Rev. Edward A. Fishbourne, Gresford 

Vicarage, North Wales. 
Lieut. -Col. Fishwick, F.S.A., The 

Heights, Rochdale. 
Stewart Fiske, B.A., B.C.L., &c, 

Mobile, Alabama, U.S.A. (via New 

York), is interested in the genealogy 

of any families commemorated by 

Monumental Brasses. 
Gerald Beresford FitzGerald, 23, 

Wynnstay Gardens, London, W. 
Major W. H. FitzHerbert, The Hall, 

Somerset Herbert, Derby. 
Edward FitzPatrick, " General Record 

Searcher," Leesdale, Crimpton Str., 

Bridgtown, Barbados, B.W.I. 
Rev. Wm. Alexander Fleming, B.A. 

(T.C.D.), Buslingthorpe Vicarage, 

Leeds. 
George Rutter Fletcher, 22, Causton 

Rd., Highgate, London, N. 
J. Walter Fletcher, 44 Holiycroft 

Avenue, Hampstead, London. N.W. 
Rev. W. G. D. Fletcher. M.A., F.S.A., 

Oxon Vicarage, Shrewsbury. 
C. F. Flower-Ellis, 5S, Margaret Str., 

Regent Str., London, W. 
C. Harold Floyd, Cedar Ridge, Hvde 

Park, P.O., Mass., U.S.A. 
Rev. Charles G. Fogg, StafTordville, 

Conn., U.S.A. 
Judge Abram W. Foote, Middlebury, 

Vermont, U.S.A. 
Alexander Forbes, i, Albyn Terrace, 

Aberdeen. 
Thos. Forster, 18, 

Walthamstow, is 

family. 
Rev. C. W. Foster, Timberland Vicarage, 

Lincoln, is interested in Lincolnshire 

families. 
Mrs. H. K. Foster. Tarrington, Hereford. 
John Foster, Douk Ghvll, Horton-in- 

Ribblesdale, Settle, Yorkshire. 
Gerald Fothergill, ii, Brussels Rd., 

New Wandsworth, London, S.W., is 

interested in Emigrants to America 

and London families. 
Arthur Foclkes-Roberts, 47, Vale Str., 

Denbigh. 



Westbury Road, 
interested in any 



Nob. 494-641 
Fowler — Gould 



PART I. 



4^. Miss Fowler, Inverbroom, Garve, Ross- 
shire. 

495. Dr. Hingston Fox, 29, Weymouth Str., 

London, W. 

496. A. C. Fox-Davies, 23, Old Buildings, 

Lincoln's Inn, London. 

497. Ernest Francis, Fir Croft, Southcote Rd. 

W., Reading. 

498. Henry Edmund Franks, Solicitor, Rye, 

Sussex, is interested in any families of 
Rye and Winchelsea, Sussex. 

499. G. M. Fraser, Public Library, Aberdeen, 

is interested in all Scotch families. 

500. Miss Elizabeth French, 108 W. 45th 

Str., N.Y. City, U.S.A. 

501. Thomas W. Freston, Eaglesnest, Prest- 

wich, Lancashire. 

502. Edw. Alex. Fry, 124, Chancery Lane, 

London, W.C. 

503. George S. Fry, ii, The Hawthorns, 

Church End, Finchley, London, N. 

504. Rev. A. Fuller, M.A., The Lodge, 7, 

Sydenham Hill, London, S.E. 

505. J. F. Fuller, F.S.A., Brunswick Cham- 

bers, Dublin. 

506. Major William Eliot Furness, 417, 

Orchard Str., Chicago, 111., U.S.A. 

507. Miss Charlotte Fursdon, The Barnneld, 

Exeter. 

508. Mrs. George H. Fursdon, 13, Denbigh 

Rd., West Ealing, London, W. 

509. R. J. Fynmore, Wykeham House, 

Sandgate, Kent. 

510. William Dunn Gainsford, Skendleby 

Hall, Spilsby. 

5Ji- Dr. A. Rudolf Galloway, 250, Union 
Str., Aberdeen. 

512. Gilbert P. Gamon, 30 Princess Rd., 
Regent's Park, London, N.W. 

5*3- Chas. C. Gardner, 853, South nth Str., 
Newark, N.J., U.S.A. 

5M- Mrs. Garnett-Orme, Tarn House, Skip- 
ton, Yorkshire. 

5*5- Capt. R. Garratt (Indian Army, 
Govt, of India Political Dept.), c/o 
Messrs. Hy. S. King & Co., 65, Cornhill, 
London. 

Mo. John Ribton Garstin, F.S.A., &c, 
Braganstovvn, Castlebellin^ham, Ire- 
land, is interested in CO. Louth families. 

5 '7- Mrs. Gatehouse, Abbot's Grange, Beb- 
ington, Cheshire. 

5 J S. Harper Gaythorpe, " Claverton," Pro- 
spect Rd., Barrow-in-Furness. 



519. Frank T. Gent, 27, Portman Str., Whalley 

Range, Manchester. 

520. A'Deane Gent- Wood, 22, Broad Str., 

Bristol, and 6, Gordon Rd., Clifton, 
Bristol. 

521. W. B. Gerish, Ivy Lodge, Bishop's Stort- 

ford, is interested in Hertfordshire 
families. 

522. H. P. Gibbons, St. Brelade',% Winchester 

Rd., Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. 
523- W. P. Gibbons, J.P., Ruiton House, 
Sedgley, Staffordshire, is interested in 
South Staffordshire families. 

524. Rev. John George Gibson, The Rectory, 

" Westwood House," Ebchester, S.O., 
co. Durham, via Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

525. B. Courtenay Gidley, i, St. Mark's Hill, 

Surbiton, Surrey. 

526. Miss Margaret Gidley, Hoopern House, 

Exeter. 

527. William Gilbert. " Montrose," Crescent 

Rd., South Woodford, Essex. 

528. E. G. Gilbert-Cooper, Alresford, 

Clarence Rd., Teddington, Middlesex. 

529. Rev. H. R. B. Gillespie, Abbey Ville, 

Cahir, co. Tipperary. 

530. J. L. Glasscock, Grange Rd., Bishop's 

Stortford, Herts. 

531. Reginald M. Glencross. 3, Challoner Str., 

West Kensington, London, W., is 
only prepared to give professional aid. 

532. Major Osborne Glynn,* Royal Welsh 

Fusiliers, Abbotsfield, Wrexham, K. 
Wales. 

533. R. W. Knightley Goddard, 133, Den- 

mark Hill, London. S.E. 

534. Frank Godfery, 53, Monk's Rd., Heavi- 

tree, Exeter. 

535. Percy C. Godman, Muntham, Horsham. 

Sussex. 

536. Rev. Albert Goldsbrough. M.A., Picker- 

ing, Yorkshire. 

537. Frederick William Gookin. 20, Walton 

Place, Chicago, 111., U.S.A. 

538. Armistead Churchill Gordon, LL.D., 

330, East Beverlv Str., Staunton. Va., 
U.S.A. 

539. Raymond Gorges, 15. Royal Terrace 

East, Kingstown, Ireland. 

540. Arthur V. Gough, Chilton Moor, Fence 

Houses, co. Durham. 

541. Arthur William Gould, Staverton, Brian 

Walk, Putney Park Lane, London, 
S.W. 



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54?- 

543- 

544- 

545- 

546. 
547- 

548. 

549 
550 
55i 
552 
553 
554 

555- 
556. 
557- 
558- 

559- 

560. 



561. 



562. 



Richard W. GOULDING, Welbeck Abbey, 563. 

Worksop, is interested in any families 
in the neighbourhood of Louth. 

Miss L. G. Gr/eme, Mortimer Cottage. 

Mortimer, Berkshire. 
Dr. Win. H. Grainger, 408, Meridian Str., 5°4- 

E. Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 
Rev. Prebendary Granville, Pilton 

House, Pinhoe, Exeter. 
John Card Graves, Buffalo, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Henry Gray, Goldsmiths' Estate, East 

Acton, London, W. 5^7- 

John Robert Gray, M.D., Ph.G., 423. 
Prospect Avenue, Buffalo, New York, 
U.S.A. 
Joseph J. Green, 182, Upper Grosvenor 569. 

Rd., Tunbridge Wells. 
T. Geo. H. Green, Lisnegar, Temple 

Gardens, Dublin. 
Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Green-Thompson, 
Bridekirk, Cockermouth, Cumberland. 
Edward Maurice Green way, Nettle- 571. 

combe, Taunton, Somerset. 
John Anderton Greenwood, Funtington 

House, nr. Chichester. Sussex. 
W. Greenwood, F.S.A., Barrister-at- 
Law, Croylands, Spring Grove, Isle- 
worth. Middlesex. 7 : 
William H. Gregory, Friends' Provident 

Institution, Bradford. Yorkshire. 
William Gregson, F.G.S., 1, Priestgate, 

Darlington. 7 

Jean Grellet, President of the Swiss 

Heraldic Society, St. Gall, Switzerland. 576. 

W. Griffin, c/o Stokes & Cox, Lincoln 
Chambers, 75, Chancery Lane, Lon- 
don. 
Dr. Gideon de Gorrequer Griffith, 34, 

St. George's Square, London, S.W. 
John E. Griffith, F.L.S., F.R.A.S., 

Bryn Dinas, Upper Bangor, N. Wales. 578. 

is interested in all families of counties 
of Anglesey and Carnarvon, and also 579. 
those of Denbigh and Merioneth which 
branch from them. 580. 

Emmo Freihcrr Grote. Oberstleutnant 

u. Fluegeladjutant z. D., Ebstorf, 581. 

Kreis Uelzen, Hannowr, intcresiert 
sich fuer Braunschweig-Lueneburgische I 582. 
" und fuer Niedersaechische Adelsge- 

schichte. j 5^3- 

Tenison Groves, B.E., Record Agent, 

33, Mount Merrion Avenue, Blackrock, 584. 

Dublin. I 

20 



Max. W. Grube, Stadtbauinspektor, 
Birkenallee 19, Stettin, Germany, is 
interested in the nobility of Denmark 
and Holstein and in the old families o: 
the free town of Lubeck. 

S. A. Grundy-Newman, Littleton Place, 
Walsall. 

Henry S. Guinness. Burton Hall, Stillor- 
gan, co. Dublin. 

Rev. Herbert E. Gunson, M.A., Middlesex 
Hospital, London, W. 

Mrs. Gurney, The Hollies, Botley, 
Hampshire. 

Fredk. G. Gurney, Wing, Leighton 
Buzzard, Bedfordshire. 

F. R. Gurney, 86, High Street, Hod- 
desdon, Hertfordshire. 

Thos. Gurney, 79, St. Helen's Gardens, 
North Kensington, London, is inter- 
ested in Buckinghamshire and Bedford- 
shire families. 

Wilfrid Gutch, Holgate Lodge, York. 

Matthew Henry Habershon, Greenhead 
Cottage, Chapeltown, nr. Sheffield, 
Yorkshire. 

Mrs. Augustus Hack, Emmitsburg, Mary- 
land, U.S.A. 

J . Dominick Hackett, Laurel Hill, Long 
Island. New York, U.S.A., is interested 
in Celtic genealogies since seventeenth 
century. 

Chas. Reginald Haines. F.S.A., F.R. Hist. 
S., Skeyne House, Pulborough. Sussex. 

Rev.Francis A. Haines, Itchenor Rectory, 
Chichestei . 

Dr. Hamilton Hall, F.S.A., Fordcombe. 
Tunbridge Wells, is interested in 
Anglo-Norman and Anglo-Irish families 
to Edward I., and in Sussex families 
generally. 

Rev. Humphrey F. Hall, Leasbrook, 
W. Monmouth. 

Mrs. Jane Halliday, 23, Kelso Rd., 
Leeds. 

Rev. J. A. Halloran, The Reetory, 
Boughton Lees, Ashford. Kent. 

Arthur J. Hambleton, Middleton House, 
Butterton, Leek. 

Samuel Henrv Hamer, Bleak House, 

Claremont Rd., Halifax, Yorkshire. 
Everard Hamilton. Ballinteer Lodge, 

Dundrum. co. Dublin. 
Edward H. Hance, 104. Fulpehocken 
Str., Germantown, Phila., Pa., U.S.A. 



Nos. 685—639 
Hanoe— Hills 



PART I. 



«;N>. 

58S. 

589, 

500. 

.SQL 
5«>2. 

SW- 

594- 
595- 

596. 

y>7- 
508. 

599. 

<>oo. 
601. 

603. 

fcr>4. 

(**>. 

'07. 
608 



Edward M. Hance, Education Office, 
Liverpool. 

Mrs. L. H. Handy, 1331, 12th Str. N.W., 

Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
The Honble. Henry Hannen, The Hall, 

West Farlei^h, Kent. 
Edward Arthur Hardwicke, J. P., 

L.R.C.P., &c, Havermere, Howick 

Falls, Natal, South Africa. 
Theodore Julius Hare, Lyne Grove, 

Virginia Water, Surrey. 
Reginald Tristram Harper, Church Hill 

House, Merstham, Surrey. 
Henry Harrison, Holvwood, co. Down. 
Commander M. J. Harrison. R.N., 

King's Nympton Park, N. Devon. 
Brigadier General Standish Henry 

Harrison, Castle Harrison, Charle- 

ville, co. Cork. 
George Thomas Hart, Providence, R.I., 

U.S.A. 
Captain H. T. Hart, Royal Artillery, 

c/o Messrs. Cox & Co., 16, Charing 

Cross, London, S.W. 
Major-General Sir Reginald Hart, c/o 

Messrs. Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, 

London, S.W. 
Edwd. C. Harte, Jun., Wells, Somerset. 
Rev. Allen Stewart Hartigan, Wrough- 

ton. Swindon, Wiltshire. 
Rev. H. A. Hartley, Staveley Rectory, 

Knaresborough. 
Mrs. Julian Harvey. North Rode Vicar- 
age, Congleton, Cheshire. 
Edwd. N. Haruard, Chew Court, Chew 

Magna, nr. Bristol. 
Herbert J. Harwood, Littleton, Mass., 

U.S.A. 
H. W. Forsyth Harwood, 15, Rugby 

Mansions. Kensington, London, W. 
Watson H. Harwood, M.D., Chasm 

Falls. Malone. N.Y., U.S.A. 
S. S. Hasllxk, So, Ladbroke Grove, 

London. W. 
Francis Robert N. Haswell. Monkseaton, 

Northumberland. 
Alfred Haighton, Rockspring, Ferns, 

co. Wexford. 
Israel G. HaI'kt.ns, Sronv Brook, Suffolk 
• ^ Co.. X.Y., U.S.A. 
R. Hawke, 11, Rue des Ruisseaux, 

Lava], Mayenne, France. 
Mrs. Edward Clinton Hawks, 165, 

Summer Str., Buffalo, New York, U.S.A. 



611. John M. Hawks, 16, Newhal! Str., Lynn, 

Mass., U.S.A. 

612. Lewis Philip Haynes, Boroughs Oak, 

East Peckham, Kent. 

613. Mrs. Lucy F. Hayward, Dalkeith, 

Teignmouth, Devon. 

614. Dr. Tracey E. Hazen, Barnard College, 

Columbia University, New York City, 
U.S.A. 

615. David Headridge, 323, Oxford Rd., 

Manchester. 

616. C. Heape, Glebe House, Rochdale. 

617. Richard Heape, Hall Bank, Rochdale. 

618. H. D. Hearn, Hillvicw, 06. Lanercost Rd., 

Tulse Hill Park, London. S.W. 

619. Arthur E. Heckford, Birmingham. 

620. Wm. Aaron Hedworth. Meadow View, 

East Bolton, nr. Sunderland. 

621. Wm. Heighington. Donard House, 

Donard, co. Wicklow. 

622. Mrs. Anna Morris Heilner, 2S06. Jackson 

Str., San Francisco, Cal., U.S.A. 

623. John A. Henderson, Avondale, Cults, 

Aberdeenshire. 

624. J. H. Henderson, 37, Half Edge Lane, 

Eccles, Manchester. 

625. Rev. E. I. L. B. Henslowe ; Carrington 

Close, Weymouth. 

626. Arthur F. HERFORD.Macclesfield, Cheshire. 

627. Chas. Jas. Hersey, 42, Deurungton Park 

Rd., West Hampstead. London. 

628. John Hewetson, 32, Cornwall Rd., 

Bayswater, London, N. 

629. Professor W. T. Hewett. Cornell Univer- 

sity, Ithaca, New York, U.S.A. 

630. Rev. Canon J. A. Hewitt, D.C.L., The 

Rectory, Cradock, Cape Colony. 

631. Frederick Thurlow Hibgame. 13, West- 

bourne Place, Clifton, Bristol. 

632. Lucius Cornelius Higgins, 774. Ave. A., 

Bavonne, N.J., U.S.A. 

633. Mrs. M. P. Higgins. 228, West Str., 

Worcester, Mass., U.S.A. 

634. Mrs. E. L. Hignett, 140, Aigburth Rd., 

Liverpool. 
63s. Arthur Hill, Redgarth, Douglas Rd.,G>rk. 

636. Arthur Hill, M.A., Fritham Lodge, 

Lyndhurst. 

637. R. H. Ernest Hill, 165, Fenchurch Str., 

London, E.C. 

638. Samuel E. Hilles, 3264. Delaware Ave., 

Avondale, Cincinnati. Ohio, U.S.A. 

639. Major E. H. Hills. C.M.G., 32, Prince's 

Gardens, London, S.W. 



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640. 
641. 
642. 

643- 
644. 

645- 

646. 
647. 

648. 

649. 

650. 

651. 
652. 

653- 

654- 
655. 

656. 

657- 
658. 

659- 
660. 
661. 
662. 



663. 
664. 

665 

666 



Highbury Grange, 
4, Lloyd's Avenue, 



P. G. Hills, Stechford Hall, nr. Birming- 
ham. 
Colonel W. H. Hinde (late R.E.), Heath- 
cote, Wellington College, Berkshire. 
Frank W. Hine, 7, Norris Block, Grand 

Rapids, Mich., U.S.A. 
Daniel Hipwell, 65, St. John's Wood 

Terrace, London, N.W. 
Rev. F. R. Montgomery Hitchcock, 

The Rectorv, Kinnittv. 
Fred. Hitchin-Kemp, F.R.Hist.S., M.J. I., 
6, Beechfield Rd., Catford. London, 
S.E. 
W. Hoare, Benenden, Cranbrook. 
Dr. A. E. Hodder, Park Road, Wigan, 

Lancashire. 
Joseph Spence Hodgson'. 26, Hesketh 

Avenue, Didsbury, Manchester. 
Mrs. Louisa D. F. Hogue, Hope, Steele 

Co., North Dak., U.S.A. 
Col. Trevenen James Holland, C.B., 
Mount Ephraim House, Tunbridge 
Wells. 
John Hollway, 6, 

London. 
H. Wilson Holman, 

London, E.C. 
Richard J. Hone, Traverslea, Kingstown. 

co. Dublin. 
S. C. Hood, Huntington, Fla.. U.S.A. 
A. J. Hook, ii. Middle Str., Taunton. 
Thos. Rowland Hooter. " Glinton," Red- 
hill, Surrey. 
Charles W. Hopkins, 417, Cranston Str., 

Providence, R.I., U.S.A. 
Fred. O. Hopkins, 39, City Councillors 

Str., Montreal, Canada. 
Harrv Shelmire Hopper, 803, Land Title 

Building, Phila., Pa., U.S.A. 
Robert Hopwood, Grove Villa, Weston- 
super-Mare. 
J. Horsfall-Turner, J. P., Idel, Brad- 
ford. 
Oliver Hough. 325. South 16th Str., 
Phila., Pa., U.S.A., is interested in 
all important families of Bucks Co., 
Pennsylvania. 
T. E. Hough. Crayford. Kent. 
Eliot Howard, Ardmore, Buckhurst Hill, 
■ Essex. 
F. J. C. Howard, Collinstown, Leixlip, 

co. Kiklare. 
Colonel Henry R. Lloyd Howard, C.B., 
Wygfair, St. Asaph, North Wales. 



667. Colonel Walter Howard, Ellerslie, Guild- 

ford, Surrey. 

668. Frederick Howarth, Solicitor, Silver Str.. 

Bury, Lancashire. 

669. John W. Howarth, Public Library. 

Chelmsford. 

670. Richard Howlett, F.S.A.. Park House. 

Walton-on-Thamcs. 

671. Clement Edward Hoyland, Brierley Gap. 

Barnsley, Yorkshire. 

672. Mrs. Philippa Swinnerton Hughes, 91.' 

Albert Bridge Rd., Battersea Par'-:. 
London, S.W. 

673. Thomas Cann Hughes, M.A., F.S.A.. 

Town Clerk of Lancaster, 78, Church 
Str., Lancaster. 

674. Rav Greene Huling. 17. Hurlbut Str., 

Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. 

675. Miss Amv Eleanor E. Hull, 1020, 

Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md., 
U.S.A. 

676. Thomas Hunt, M.D., York House, 

Heywood, Lancashire. 

677. Andrew Alexander Hunter, The College, 

Cheltenham. 

678. Edward Hunter, Wentworth, Gosforth, 

Northumberland. 

679. Miss Hussey, Aghadoe, Killarney, Ire- 

land. 

680. J. R. Hutchinson, 46, The Grove, 

Hammersmith, London, W. 

681. Rev. Thos. W. Hutchinson, Great 

Wilbraham Vicarage, Cambridge, is 
interested in members of St. John's 
College, Cambridge. 

682. Hon. John Hyde, F.R.G.S.. F.S.S., &c 

Lanier Heights. Washington, D.C.. 
U.S.A. 

683. Charles John Cutcliffe Wright Hynk. 

Oak Vale, Bradford, and Kettlewell 
bv Skipton-in-Craven. 

684. Robert Hyslop, 5, Belle Vue Crescent, 

Sunderland. 

685. Rev. Herbert C. Ide, Mount Vernon. 

New York, U.S.A. 

686. Mrs. Celia I. Ingham, P.O. Box 148. 

Moline, Illinois, U.S.A. 

687. A. H. Inman, Shield Law House, Belling- 
ham, Northumberland. 

688. Norman M. Isham, 1013, Banigan 
Building, Providence. R.I., U.S.A. 

689. Parmenio Adams Jackman. 203. N 3d 
East Logan, Utah, U.S.A. 

690. W. A. James, i, Fleet Str., London. 



No«. 691—745 
Jennings — Lapage 



PART I. 



691. Cecil F. J. Jennings, Brackley House, 

Beckenham, Kent. 

692. Henry J Epson, Bailey, Durham. 

693. Rev. E. Jermyn, Croughton Rectory, 

Brackley, Northamptonshire. 
604. H. V. Jervis-Read, Winchester College. 

695. Arthur J. Jewers, 53, Constantine Rd., 

Hampstead Heath. London, N.W. 

696. Miss Johns, St. Nectans Glen, Tintagel, 

North Cornwall. 

697. A. H. Johnson, 122, Leadenhall Str., 

London, E.C. 

698. William Humble Johnson, Rath Lee, 

Sundays Well, Cork. 

699. Miss Frances R. Johnston, P.O. Box 269, 

Salem, Va., U.S.A. 

700. Francis Alexander Johnston, 16, Dray- 

cott Place, London, S.W. 

701. Lieut. Col. G. H. Johnston, Kilmore, 

Richhill, co. Armagh. 

702. George Harvey Johnston, 22, Garscube 

Terrace, Murrayfield, Edinburgh. 

703. Captain Robert Johnston, Ballygallon, 

Innistiogue, co. Kilkenny. 

704. Miss Isabel Fraser Johnstone, 1639, 19 

Str., N.W., Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 

705. Dr. Jonhston-Lavis, Villa Lavis, Beaulieu, 

Alpes Maritimes, France. 

706. Capt. Bryan J. Jones, Leinster Regt., 

Lisnawilly, Dundalk. 

707. Edson Salisbury Jones, Port Chester, 

N.Y., U.S.A. 

708. James Edmund Jones, 32, Prince Arthur 

Ave., Toronto, Ontario. 

709. Rev. Francis C. R. Jourdain, M.A., 

Clifton Vicarage, Ashbume, Derby- 
shire. 

710. Rev. Matthew Cantine Julien, New 

Bedford, Mass., U.S.A. 

711. Rev. Arthur Graham Kealy, R.N., 6, 

Watts Avenue, Rochester. 

712. Wm. Dickinson Keep, 742, Coney Island 

Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A. 

713. Dr. Stephan Kekule Von Stradonitz, 

Marienstrasse 16, Gross-Lichterfelde, 
near Berlin. 

714. Luther Reily Kelker, 128. Walnut Str., 

Harrisbufff, Pa., U.S.A. 

715. Miss Fanny Kellogg, Port Kent, Essex 

Co., New York, U.S.A. 

716. St. David M. Kemeys-Tynte, 10, Royal 

Crescent. Bath. 

717. Lt.-Col. W. H. O. Kemmis, Ballinacor, 

Rathdrum, co. Wicklow. 



718. 
719. 
720. 
721. 
722. 

723- 

724. 
725- 

726. 
727. 

728. 
729. 

730. 
73i- 

732. 

733- 

734- 

735- 

736. 

737- 
738. 

739- 
740. 
741. 
742. 
743- 
744 
745 



John T. Kemp, M.A., 4, Cotham Grove, 

Bristol. 
James Kemp-Welch, Olantye, Wey- 

bridge, Surrey. 
Herbert Forbes Kemshead, 12, Glasslyn 

Rd., Crouch End, London, N. 
Wm. Clement Kendall, 15, Heworth 

Green, York. 
Mrs. Mary Aber Hunter Kennedy, 

238, N. 18th Str., Quincy, 111., U.S.A. 
Miss Idelle Keyes, Georgetown, Essex 

Co., Mass., U.S.A. 
Wm Louis King, 6, Mill Str., Maidstone. 
J. James Kirrs, F.S.A.A., 9, Elmwood 

Str., Sunderland. 
Wm. Thos. Knight, Canok Lodge, Walton 

Park, Clevedon, Somerset. 
The Lady Knightley of Fawsley,* 

Fawsley Park, Daventry. 

[* To avoid confusion, please address in full.] 

Ferdinand C. Koechlin, Rijswijk, nr. 

The Hague. 
Rev. George Warne Labaw, R.F.D. 

Route 1, Paterson, New Jersey, U.S.A. 
P. C. Labrijn, Domburg, Netherlands. 
Mrs. Edward Lake, Parkfield, Coley 

Avenue, Reading. 
Miss Lamont, Knockdow, Toward Point. 

Argyllshire. 
Arthur Sydney Lamprey, B.A. (Cantab), 

etc., Kilworth, Maidstone. 
Colonel J. J. Lamprey, Constitutional 

Club, London, W.C. 
Dr. W. J. Lamson, 120. Summit Ave., 

Summit, New Jersey, U.S.A. 
Harry F. Lancaster, Columbia City , 

Indiana, U.S.A. 
Walter N. Landor, Ru^eley, Staffordshire. 
Mrs. Alexander H. Lane, 241, South 

23rd Str., Phila., Pa., U.S.A. 
Stanley Lane-Poole, M.A., Litt.D., 

Dunganstown Castle, Wicklow. 
James Gilbert Langdon, 79, Milk Str.. | 

Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 
Robt. Getty Langdon, 186. Gates Ave.. 

Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. 
John Langhorne, Watson Villa, Dean, 

Edinburgh. 
Richard Langrishe. ii, Palmerston 

Road, Dublin. 
Mrs. Grace Moffett Lansing, Watertown, 

New York, U.S.A. 
Richard Herbert Lapage, Sheen House. 

Walmer, Kent. 



23 



Nob. 746—797 
La.rt — McCarthy 



THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



746. Charles E. Lart, Charmouth, Dorset. 

747. Charles Frederick La Sekre, Coshocton, 

Ohio, U.S.A. 

748. Leonard Lauder, Ravelin, Barnstaple, 

N. Devon. 

749. R. Murdoch Lawrance, 71, Bon-Accord 

Str., Aberdeen. 

750. J. A. Laycock, L.R. C.P.I. & L.M., The 

Holme, Sabden, near Blackburn. 

751. W. B. Lee, Chantry, Frome, Somerset. 

752. Dr. Emest Leech, Oak Mount, Timperley, 

Cheshire. 

753. Walter Joseph Leeman, Constitutional 

Club, London. 

754. Miss Ethel Lega-Weekes, Sunny Nook, 

Rugby Mansions, West Kensington, 
London, W. 

755. Miss R. A. Le Geyt, The Knoll, St. 

Saviour's, Jersey. 

756. Mrs. E. E. Leigh, Broadwell Manor 

House, Moreton in Marsh, Gloucester- 
shire. 

757. R. A. Austen Leigh, 5, New Street 

Square, London, E.C. 

758. Mrs. Wykeham Leigh - Pemberton, 

Abbots Leigh, Wivelsfield, Hayward's 
Heath, Sussex. 

759. H. R. Leighton, East Boldon, R.S.O., 

co. Durham. 

760. Thos. Barrett Lennard, Horsford Manor, 

Norwich. 

761. George Lennox, Longford, Barcombe, 

Sussex. 

762. John F. LePage, M.D., Cheadle, Man- 

chester. 

763. Hamon Le Strange, Hunstanton Hall, 

Norfolk. 

764. Arthur Francis Gresham Leveson- 

Gower, F.S.A., 31, Gloucester Place, 
Portman Square, London. 

765. Carll A. Lewis, Guilford, Conn., U.S.A. 

766. Mrs. Liddell, Kimblesworth Grange, 

Chester-le-Street. 

767. Julius W. Lilly. 65, West 143rd Str., 

New York, U.S.A. 

768. George J. Lind, Rua do Golgotha, 121 ; 

Oporto, Portugal. 

769. W. A. Lindsay, K.C./CQfn&SOr "fceralfc, 

College of Arms, London, E.C. 

770. Richard Boughey Monk Lingard-Monk, 

J. P., Fulshaw Hall, nr. Wilmslow, 
Cheshire. 

771. Arthur Ellsworth Linnell, 86, Davis 

Str., Wollaston, Mass.. U.S.A. 



772. George Lissant, 75, Thurleigh Rd., 

Balham, London, S.W. • 
773- John Livesey, Springwood Lodge. 

Aughton, Ormskirk, Lancashire. 

774. R. G. C. Livett, 2, Essex Court, Temple, 

London, E.C. 

775. Noel Brooks Livingston, Solicitor, 107, 

Water Lane, Kingston, Jamaica, West 
Indies. 

776. Howard Meuric Lloyd, Delfryn, Llan- 

wrda, Carmarthenshire. 

777. Rev. John H. Lloyd, Hartford House, 

Winchfield, Hampshire. 

778. G. B. Longstaff, ' ' Highlands, ' ' Putney 

Heath, London, S.W. 

779. Dr. Elisha S. Loomis, Ph.D., Box 625, 

Berea, O., U.S.A. 

780. Rev. John H. Lord, Box 215, Berwick, 

Me., U.S.A. 

781. D. Ross Lovejoy, Niagara Falls, New 

York, U.S.A. 

782. Charles H. Lovewell, M.D., 6058, Went- 

worth Ave., Chicago, 111., U.S.A. 

783. Dr. Joseph T. Lovewell, 1601, College 

Ave., Topeka, Kans., U.S.A. 

784. Prof. S. Harrison Lovewell, Director 

of The Quincy Cons, of Music, 330, 
Jersey Str., Quincy, 111., U.S.A. 

785. Charles Lowndes, " Hartwell," St. 

Gregory's Rd., Stratford-on-Avon. 

786. Hon. Cecil Lowry-Corry, Castle Coole, 

Enniskillen. 

787. E. Sydney Luard, 25, Durham Terrace, 

London, W. 

788. Gerald Bazalgette Lucas, 5, Newburgh 

Rd., Acton, London, W. 

789. Perceval Lucas, Furze Common, Thake- 

ham, Pulborough. 

790. James L. Luddington, Audlev House, 

Littleport, Ely. 

791. G. D. Lumb, 63, Albion Str., Leeds. 

792. Leigh Adelbert Lumbard, Des Moines, 

Iowa, U.S.A. 

793. Baron P. G. Luttwitz, Herischdorf, 

Silesia, Germany. 

794. R. Colvill J. Lyons, Earlswood, Briton- 

Ferry, South Wales. 

795. F. Hyde Maberly, 2, Kensington Place, 

Royal Park, Clifton. Bristol. 

796. John McLaren McBryde, Ph.D.. Sc.D., 

LL.D., Blacksburg. Virginia, U.S.A. 

797. Edward Valentine McCarthy, J. P. for 

co. Cork, Ardmanagh House, Glen- 
brook, co. Cork. 



24 



Nos 798—848 

McCarthy — Matthews 



PART I. 



-<,8. Samuel Trant McCarthy, Srugrena 824. 

Abbey, Cahirciveen, co. Kerry. 
700. VV. H. L. McCarthy, Woodford House, 825. 

Listowel, co. Kerry. 

800. John Wilfrid McCLURE, Munster & 826. 

Leinster Bank, Ltd., Dublin. 

801. Herm. Friedr. Macco, Humboldtstr. 2, 

Steglitz, Berlin, is interested in AiX- 827. 

la-Chapelle families. 

802. Miss R. R. McGilchrist-Gilchrist, 4, 

Queen Str., Edinburgh. 828. 

803. Mrs. E. G. McGilton, 102, N. 38th Ave., 

Omaha, Neb., U.S.A. 829. 

804. Joseph Henry McGovern, F.L.A.S.I., 

Harrington Chambers, 26, North John 

Str., Liverpool. 830 

805. Thomas J. MacInerney, 8, Shamrock 

Villas, Clonturk Park, Dublin. 831 

806. Miss Mabel F. R. Macintosh, Fordlands, 

Newton Abbot, Devon. 832 

807. Geo. Norbury Mackenzie, 1808, Park 

Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. 833 

808. A. M. Mackintosh, The Hermitage, 

Nairn, Scotland. 834 

809. Alexander Hugh Maclean, 2, Willow 

Mansions, Fortune Green, West 
Hampstead. 

810. Vice-Admiral Angus MacLeod, United 835. G 

Service Club, London, S.W. 

811. Rev. R. C. MacLeod, Mitford Vicarage, 836. 

Morpeth. 837. 

812. Miss Kate Lousie McMillan, 155, E. 

North Str., Wooster, Ohio, U.S.A. 838. 

813- Smith B. McMillan, Signal, Ohio, U.S.A. 

814. Wm. McMurray, 25, Kingscote Rd., Bed- 

ford Park, London, W. 839 

815. Miss A. F. Maconchy, Fowley, Liphook, 

Hampshire. 840 

816. Eugene Fairfield McPike, i, Park Row, 

Chicago, 111., U.S.A. 841 

81 7- H. Duff MacWilliam," Hawthorn," Buck 

ingham Rd., Harrow View. Middlesex. 842 

818. Dr. Wm. Austin Macy, King's Park, 

Suffolk Co., New York, U.S.A. 843 

810. F. Madan, F.S.A., Brasenose College, 

Oxford. 844 

820. William Maddan, British Linen Bank 

House, Berwick-upon-Tweed. 845 

821. Rev. Canon Arthur Roland Maddison, 

Vicars' Court, Lincoln. 846 

822. Peirce Gun Mahony, M.R.I. A., Corfe 847 

l3Cral£\ Office of Arms, Dublin Castle. 
"3- Eh G. Main, 103, Cherry St., Waterbury, 848 

Conn., U.S.A. 

25 



W. S. Mainprice, The Birches, Sutton, 

Macclesfield. 
Colonel C. S. Mainwaring, Bron Haul, 

Rhyl, N. Wales. 
Lauderdale Valentine John Maitland, 

Ferndene, Chiswick Lane, Chiswick, 

London, W. 
Edouard Majolier, 20, Bramham Gar- 
dens, London, S.W., and Congenies, 

(Gard), France. 
Henry C. Malden, M.A., J. P., Copse 

Edge, Godalming. 
W. Maling-Wynch (late Lieut. 3rd Batt. 

Beds. Regt.), Rose Hill, Lyme Regis, 

Dorset. 
Miss Emily Malone, 13, Eaton Square, 

Monkstown, co. Dublin. 
Rev. F. H. Manley, Great Somerford 

Rectory, Chippenham. 
Thomas Henry Manners, 32, Mauldeth 

Rd., Heaton Mersey, Manchester. 
Henry John Manning, Beechfield, 

Watford. 
Percy Manning, M.A.. F.S.A., 6, St. 

Aldates, Oxford and Beechfield. 

Watford, is interested in Oxfordshire 

families in general. 
A. Manwaring, 77, West 34 Str., 

Bavonne, New Jersey. U.S.A. 
Ashley K. Maples, Spalding. 
W. McB. and F. Marcham, 6q, Beechwood 

Rd., Hornsey, London, N. 
Christopher A. Markham, F.S.A., The 

Garth, Dallington Avenue, Northamp- 
ton. 
Thos. Wm. Marley, Marton Grove. 

Darlington. 
Bower Marsh, 77. York Mansions, Batter- 
sea Park, London, N.W. 
Mrs. E. H. Martin, The Cottage. West- 
hope, Craven Arms, Shropshire. 
Miss G. F. Martin, 5. Oxford Square, 

London, W. 
Stapleton Martin, The Firs, Norton, 

Worcester. 
David Martineau, J. P.. 122, ' Kind's 

Avenue, Clapham Park. London. S.W. 
Burdett Mason. Chateau Larondouette, 

pres Bavonne, Basses Pvrenees. France. 
Thomas Matheson. 35, Oldgate. Morpeth. 
Leonard Maton, 15, Cornwall Gardens, 

Kensington, London. 
George F. Matthews, Sylvanhurst, Frith 

Hill, Godalming, Surrey. 



Nos 840—898 
Matthews — Morrice 



THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



849. John Hobson Matthews, Somerset House, 

Monmouth. 

850. Thurstan MATTHEWS, 28. John Da'.ton 

Str., Manchester. 

851. Robert George Maunsell, 71, South Mall, 

Cork. 

852. Frederick Leyland Mawdesley, Fulford 

Cottage, Dormans Park, Surrey. 

853. Dr. T. Maxwell, 29, Woolwich Common, 

London. 

854. W. Harold MAXWELL,. 156, Burnt Ash 

Hill, Lee, London, S.E. 

855. William Boxer Mayne, L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 

M.R.C.S. (Eng.), Swindon. Wiltshire. 

856. Rev. Canon Mayo, Long Burton Vicar- 

age, Sherborne. 

857. Mrs. J. B. Mayor, Queensgate House, 

Kingston Hill, Surrey. 

858. Jhr. M. Mazel, Nieuwe Schoolstraat 59, 

The Hague. 

859. Rev. Dr. Mee, The Chantry, Westbourne, 

Emsworth, Hampshire. 

860. Miss Susan B. Meech, Groton, Conn., 

U.S.A. 

861. Frederick Melland, M.R.C.S., Victoria 

Park, Manchester. 

862. Rev. F. W. Mercer, Clovelly. St. John's 

Road, Eastbourne. 

863. William John Mercer, F.R.H.S., J.P., 12, 

Marine Terrace, Margate. 

864. Frederick Walsingham Meredith. Clonas- 

leigh, Shankill, co. Dublin. 

865. Miss M. B. Merryweather, 639, Forest 

Ave., Avondale, Cincinnati, O., U.S.A. 

866. Rev. J. A. Messervy, 2, Rose Bank, St. 

Saviour's Rd., Jersey, Channel Islands, 
is interested in most Jersey families. 

867. George Baily Michell, Radnor Club, 

Folkestone. 

868. Robert Michell, Calenic,Truro, Cornwall. 

869. Commander Thos. F. Michell, R.N., 

Army & Navy Club, Pall Mall. London. 

870. Rev. James Midgley, M.A. (Cantab.), 

Wood Cottage. Todmorden. 

871. Sir Walter f/Mikville, K.C.M.G., 68, 

Wilbury Rd.. Hove, Sussex. 

872. Dr. Thomas Milburn, Trinklet, Ulver- 

ston. Lancashire. 

873. Rev. N. J. Miller, Winestead Rectory, 

■ Hull. 

874. William F. Miller, Sunny Brae, Wins- 

combe, Somerset, is interested in any 
members of the Society of Friends 
living in Scotland, 1600-1800. 



875. E. B. Miller- Williams, Warpool Court, 

St. Davids, R.S.O., possesses informa- 
tion about any registered Welsh 
families (anywhere in Wales except 
Breconshire) before 1600, in the 5 
Royal and 15 Noble tribes, together 
with certain information on the prin- 
cipal races coeval with them. 

876. William Minet, Fountain Court, Temple, 

London, E.C. 

877. The Minnesota Historical Society, 

St. Paul, Minn., U.S.A. 

878. George Minns, West End, Ely, Cam- 

bridgeshire. 

879. Rev. G. W. Minns, LL.B.. F.S.A., The 

Cliff, Weston, nr. Southampton. 

880. Robert Richard Mitchell, Rathdowney, 

Queen's Co., Ireland. 

881. Dr. R. N. Moffat, 146, Harley Str., 

London, W. 

882. Rev. John Lewis Moilliet, The Jay- 

lands, Abberley, Stourport. 

883. Alfred Molony, 12, Vincent Square 

Mansions, Westminster, London, S.W., 
is interested in Clare and Limerick 
families. 

884. Mrs. Robert A. Molyneux, 1206, South 

Salina Str., Syracuse, N.Y., U.S.A. 

885. Alfred James Monday, 2, Fairwater 

Terrace. Taunton. 

886. Miss Monck-Mason, Ollavintone, Folke- 

stone. 

887. Miss W. Monck-Mason, 93, Oakley Str., 

Chelsea, London, S.W. 

888. Miss Olga Montagu. 43, Rutland Gate, 

London, S.W. 

889. P. Montfort, Rossall Beach, Fleetwood. 

890. J. H. Montgomery, 17, D'Olier Str., 

Dublin. 

891. Robt. R. Montserrat, c/o S. P. Wilmot, 

I, Foster Place. Dublin. 

892. Robert C. Moon. M.D.. 618. Witherspoon 

Building, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. 

893. Prof. James W. Moore. Lafayette Col- 

lege, Easton. Pa., U.S.A. 

894. C. Morgan-Richardson. Morgenau, Rhos 

Hill, R.S.O., Pembrokeshire. 

895. Miss Moriarty, 35, Manor Park, Lee, Kent. 

896. R. G. S. Moriarty, 16, Charing Cross, 

London, S.W. 

897. Albert E. Morlan Belize, British Hon- 

duras. Central America. 

898. Frederick L. H. Morrice, Brampton Hall, 

Wangford, Suffolk. 



26 



Nob. 899-949 
Morris — Page 



PART I. 



899. 
900. 



Mrs. Morris, The Leasowes, Church 

Stretton, Shropshire. 
G. T. Windyer Morris, Ryde House, 

Bisterne Avenue, Upper Walthamstow, 

London, N.E. 
C. L. Mortimer, Junior Constitutional 

Club, Piccadilly, London, W. 
Mrs. xMice L. Mostyn, 6, Prince of Wales 

Terrace, Bray. co. Wicklow. 
Fraulcin Helene Motherby, Arnsberg bei 

Tharau, Ost-Preussen, Germany. 
Rev. Thos. Allen Moxon, 2, Soho Square, 

London, W. 
Miss Mary E. Mulcaster, Benwell Park, 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Alfred A. Mumford, M.D., 1. Wilbraham 

Rd., Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester. 
Rev. Ezekiel Wilson Mundy, Public 

Library, Syracuse, New York, U.S.A. 
P. C. D. Mundy, 49, Selborne Rd., Hove. 
Alex. M. Munro, Town House, Aberdeen. 
0. A. R. Murray. The Admiralty, S.W., 

is especially interested in North Devon 

Clerical families, 1500-1800. 
Stephen Murray, Glenkyn, Lightburne 

Avenue, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire. 
W. B. Murray. 505, N. Elizabeth Str., 

Peoria, 111., U.S.A. 
Percy Musgrave, Brookland, Bolton, 

Lancashire. 
W. M. Myddelton, Spencer House, St. 

Albans. 
Howard C. Myers, 74, Spring Str., 

Brighton, Mass., U.S.A. 
Wm. Towers Mynors, Berry Hill, Tixall, 

Staffordshire. 
John James Myres, C.E., Flookburgh 

Lodge, Cark-in-Cartmel. 
John L. Myres, Christ Church, Oxford. 
Lieut. -Col. Edward Nash, Naval and 

Military Club, 94, Piccadilly, London, 

W. 
Mrs. E. A. Naughtox, Ellesmere School, 

Harrogate. 
Owen Manus Neary, Cookstown House, 

Ardee, Ireland. 
Miss Elizabeth Clifford Neff, 406, High 

Str.. Canton, Ohio, U.S.A. 
Mrs. B. I. Nesmith, Wilbraham, Mass., 

U.S.A. 
J. R. Neve, Campden. Gloucestershire. 
Rev. E. Nevill, 43, High Str., Salisbury, 

is interested in any families of Dorset, 

Somerset, and Wiltshire. 



926. 
927. 
928. 

929. 
930. 

93i- 

932- 
933- 
934- 
935- 
936- 

937- 

938- 
939- 
940. 

941. 

942. 
943- 
944- 
945- 
946. 

947- 

948. 

949- 



Ralph Nevill, F.S.A., Castle Hill, Guild 

ford, Surrey. 
Ralph Henry Nevill, 45, Chandos Str. 

Berkeley Square, London, W. 
Prof. Wm. Romaine Newbold, Univer 

sity of Pennsylvania, Phila., Pa 

U.S.A. 
Henry Newbolt, 23, Earl's Terrace 

London, W. 
Josiah Newman, " Oristano," Hatch End 

Middlesex, is interested in Quaker 

families before 1700. 
Iltyd Nicholl. Ham, Llantwit-Major 

Glamorganshire, is interested in Gla 

morgan families in general before 

1800. 
G. Jasper Nicholls, Longfield, Bideford 

N. Devon. 
Rev. W. M. Noble, Wistow, near Hunt 

ingdon. 
John Hvndman Noblit, 1319, North 

Broad Str., Phila., Pa., U.S.A. 
Colonel W. F. N. Noel, The Great House, I 

North Nibley, Dursley, Gloucestershire. 
Miss Lillian Adelaide' Norton, 1949, . 

Biltmore Str., N.W., Washington, 

D.C., U.S.A. 
Charles Nutt, 7, Monroe Ave., Worcester, 

Mass., U.S.A. 
Mrs. Caroline A. Oates, Gestingthorpe 

Hall, Essex. 
Edward O'Farrell, Cuilnagreine, Car-! 

rickmines, co. Dublin. 
Ralphe Ogle, Abshields, Longhorsley, 

R.S.O., Northumberland. 
Vere Langford Oliver, Whitmore Lodge,; 

Sunninghill, Berks, is interested in all 

West Indian families. 
Rev. J. R. Olorenshaw, Rattlesden, 

Bury St. Edmunds. 
Mrs. Joseph P. Osborne, 287, Ridge Str.. 

Newark, N.J.. U.S.A. 
Mrs. Frederic L. Osgood. 194- Washington 

Str., Norwich, Conn., U.S.A. 
Charles Fortescue Osmond, Hern, Thicket: 

Rd., Sutton. Surrev. 
D. C. Lloyd Owen, M.D.. 41. Newhall 

Str., Birmingham. 
Basil Heneage Dixwell Oxenden, St. 

James' Club, Piccadilly. London. 
Denis R. Pack-Beresford, D.L., Fenagh 

House, Bagnalstown. Ireland. 
Frederick A. Page-Turner, 9. Denmark 

Terrace, Brighton. 



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950. Lieutenant W. P. PAKENHAM-WALSH, 

Royal Engineers (India), Crinken 
House, Shankill, co. Dublin, is inter- 
ested in Irish families generally, also 
English to a lesser extent. 

951. Honble. Hugh C. S. Pakington, Waresley 

Court, Kidderminster. 

952. Mrs. Eli2a Palmer, 56, Lower Beechwood 

Avenue, Ranelagh, Dublin. 

953. William Lincoln Palmer, c/o New Eng- 

land Hist, and Gen. Society. 18, 
Somerset Str., Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 

954. Mrs. Panton, 17, Loudoun Rd., London, 

N.W. 

955. Mrs. Edward Pape, Moor Hall, Ninfield, 

Battle, Sussex. 

956. P. T. J. Parfitt, c/o Bank of New 

Zealand, 1, Queen Victoria Str., Lon- 
don, E.C. 

957. Edward Milward Seede Parker, Welford 

House, Keynsham, Somerset. 

958. Colonel John Parker, Browsholme Hall, 

Clitheroe, Lancashire, is interested in 
all Yorkshire and Lancashire families. 

959. P. Hildreth Parker, 412, Pleasant Str., 

Dracut, Mass., U.S.A. 

960. Rev. Thomas Parkinson, North Otter- 

ington Vicarage, Northallerton. 

961. C. W. Parks, Civ. Engr. U.S. Navy, c/o 

Navy Department, Washington, D.C., 
U.S.A. 

962. Frank Svlvester Parks, 2104 H. Str., 

N.W./WashinKton, DC. U.S.A. 

963. Lieut-.Col. G. S. Parry, 18, Hyde 

Gardens, Eastbourne. 

964. C. Partridge, Jun., M.A., F.S.A., 

F.R.G.S., Stowmarkct. Suffolk ; Prim- 
rose Club, Park Place. St. James's, 
London, S.W. ; Ikot-Ekpene, via Cala- 
bar, Southern Nigeria. 

965. Miss Hilda Maud Paterson, Birkwood, 

Banchorv, N.B. 

966. Henry Paton, M.A., 120. Polwarth 

Terrace, Edinburgh. 

967. James Richmond Paton, 7, Darby Rd., 

Grassendale. Liverpool. 

968. Frank Paul, 61, Marmion Rd., Southsea, 

Hampshire. 

069. Chas. Pai-nell. " Stricklands," East Str., 

Haslemere, Surrey. 

070. Frederic L. Paxson. Ann Arbor. Michigan, 

U.S.A. 
971. Reginald Peacock, 47, West Sunniside, 
Sunderland. 



972 
973 
974 
975 
976 

977 

978. 
979- 

980. 
981. 

982. 

983- 
984. 

985. 
986. 

987. 
988. 
989. 
990. 
991. 
992. 
993- 
994- 
995- 
996. 

997- 
998. 



Miss Victoria G. Peacock, 2460, Ontario 
Rd., N.W., Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 

Wilson E. Pearl, 15, Empire Ave., 
Brockton, Mass., U.S.A. 

George Pearson, Marsden Square, Man- 
chester. 

Professor Karl Pearson, F.R.S., Univer- 
sity College, London. 

Byron J. Peckham, 52, Mechanic, Westerly, 
R.I., U.S.A. 

Prof. Stephen Farnum Peckham, Room 
104, 280 Broadway, New York City, 
U.S.A. 

Miss E. Peel, Undercroft, Lancaster. 

Clarence E. Peirce, P.O. Box 981, 
Springfield, Mass., U.S.A. 

Rev. D. R. Pelly, Buckley Vicarage, 
Chester. 

Major-General R. C. B. Pemberton, 
C.S.I. , late R.E., 13, Cresswell Gar- 
dens, South Kensington, London, S.W. 

Hugh Penfold, Rustington, Worthing, 
Sussex. 

Norman Penney, Devonshire House, 12, 
Bishopsgate Without, London, E.C. 

James Burn Pennington. Birchwood, 
Sydenham Hill, London, S.E. 

Edward A. Penrose, Lahinch, co. Clare. 

Cecil H. Sp. Perceval, Longwitton Hall, 
nr. Morpeth. 

M. V. B. Perley, 22, Cabot Str., Salem, 
Mass., U.S.A. 

Henry Perrin, 23, Holland Villas Rd., 
London, W. 

W. Morton Philips, Heybridge, Tean, 
Stoke-on-Trent. 

W. P. W. Phillimore, 124, Chancery- 
Lane, London, W.C. 

J. W. Phillips, Tower Hill, Haverford- 
west. 

Maberly Phillips, F.S.A., Steyning, 
Enfield. 

Rev. F. O. Philpott, Little Marcle 
Rectory, Ledbury. 

Miss Eli/.a Pickard, 3, Hatfield Str^ 
Wakefield. 

Chas. W. Piddlxk, Glebelands, Bowdon, 
nr. Manchester. 

Wm. Jackson Pigott, Manor House, 
Dun drum, co. Down. 

Major James Evelvn Pilcher. Carlisle, 
Penna., U.S.A. 

Thomas A. J. Pile, 55, Holland Park 
Avenue, London, W. 



28 



Nos. 999— 1051 
Pilkington — Rica 



PART I. 



999- 

IOOO. 
IOOI. 
I002. 

1003. 
1004. 
1005. 
1006. 
1007. 
1008. 
1009. 

IOIO. 
IOII. 

1012. 

IOI3. 

IOI4. 

1015. 

I0l6. 

IOI7. 

I0l8. 

IOig. 
I020. 

1021. 

1022. 

IO23. 

IO24. 

IO25. 



Lt.-Col. John Pilkington, F.S.A., Rego 1026. 

House, Sandown Lane, nr. Liverpool. 1027. 

John Pim, J. P.. Bonaven, Antrim Rd., 

Belfast. 1028. 

Colonel Duncan G. Pitcher, 101, Inver- 
ness Terrace, Hyde Park, London, \V. 1029. 
H. A. Pitman, 65, Cambridge Terrace, 

Hyde Park, London, \V. 1030. 

Count Plunkett, 26, Upper Fitz- 

william Str., Dublin. 1031. 

C. Verus Pontifex, Coomrith, Bodorgan 

Rd., Bournemouth, Hampshire. 
Edmund Lionel Pontifex, North Hill, 1032. 

Swansea, Glamorgan. 
Colonel H. W. Pook, 121, Hither Green 1033. 

Lane, Lewisham, London. S.E. 
Alfred Pope, South Court, Dorchester 1034. 

and Wrackleford House, Dorset. 
Miss A. M. Porteous, Belle Vue House, 1035. 

Saffron Walden, Essex. 
Harrv Kerby Pott, The Cedars, Sun- 1036. 

ninghill, Ascot, Berkshire. 
Mrs. Potter, Skibbereen, co. Cork. 1037. 

Th. Maxwell Potts, Canonsburg, Penn- 
sylvania, U.S.A. 1038. 
Win. Thackara Powell, 1699, 31st 

Str., N.W., Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 1039. 

John George Prentice, 20. Chapel 

Str., Liverpool. 1040. 

Miss H. M. Prescott, The Oaks, 

Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 1041. 

Miss Muriel Price, Normal College, 

Bangor, N. Wales. 1042. 

W. de Courcy Prideaux, 12, Frederick 

Place, Weymouth. 1043. 

Ralph E. Prime. 63, Hawthorne Ave., 

Yonkers, Westchester Co., New York, 1044. 

U.S.A. 
Edward Prince, 1680, Maine Str., 1045. 

Quincy, 111., U.S.A. 
Mrs. Probert, Bevills Bures. Suffolk. 
Mrs. W. L. Proctor, 14, Caroline Str., 

Ogdensburg, New York, U.S.A. 1046. 

Major H. G. Purdon, Stramore Gilford, 

co. Down. 1047- 

Richard Purdon, M.D., 61. Great 

Victoria Str., Belfast. 1048. 

Mrs. W. T. H. Purdy, 141 1, Hill Rd., 

Reading, Pa., U.S.A. 1049. 

Eben Putnam, 26, Broad Str., Boston, 

Mass., U.S.A. 1050. 

Henry Cole Quinby, Union League 

Club, New York City, U.S.A. 1051. 

Geo. H. B. Radcliffe, is No. 1383. 

29 



R. D. Radcliffe, Old Swan, Liverpool. 
Charles W. Railton, 15, Cross Street, 

Manchester. 
Frederick Raimes, Hartburn Lodge, 
Stockton-on-Tees. 

Henry C. Raithby, 18, The Fosse, 
Leicester. 

Robt. W. Ramsey, F.R.S.L.. 27, Claren- 
don Rd., Holland Park, London, W. 

Aaron Ferre Randall, Room 305, 
Tremont Building, Boston, Mass., 
U.S.A. 

William Gallup Randall, Riverside, 
California, U.S.A. 

John E. Ransom, 26, West Ave., 
Buffalo, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Alec. Raven, F.S.A. Scot., c/o Capital 
and Counties Bank, Ltd., Ipswich. 

William Ravenscroft, F.S.A. , The 
Gables, Southcote Rd., Reading. 

John Ravenshaw, B.A., F.R.H.S., 10, 
West Hill, Highgate, London, N. 

Aleyn Lyell Reade, Park Corner, 
Blundellsands. nr. Liverpool. 

Rev. Compton Reade, M.A., Kenchester 
Rectory, Hereford. 

R. Reade-Macmullen, 17, Upper Pem- 
broke Str., Dublin. 

Rev. Stephen Ree, Boharm. Mulben, 
S.O., Banffshire. 

William F. Reed, 915 F. Str., N.E., 
Washington, DC, U.S.A. 

Rev. Oswald J. Reichel, A la Ronde 
House, Lympstone. R.S.O., Devon. 

John William Reid, St. Croix, Holly 
Walk, Leamington Spa. 

Rev. J. E. Reid-Cuddon, Ashow Rec- 
tory, Kenilworth. 

Francis H. Relton, 9, Broughton Rd., 
Thornton Heath, Surrey, has con- 
piled numerous pedigrees, which he 
hopes to publish later. 

H. P. van Welderen Baron Rengers, 
Nassauplein 26, The Hague. 

Wm. U. Reynell-Upham, ia, Upham 
Park Rd., Chiswick, London. W. 

Mrs. Reynolds. The Mullens, Ba ly- 
shannon, co. Donegal. 

Henry F. Reynolds, 92, Denbigh Str., 
London, S.W. 

Willingham F. Reynolds, 2, Clive Ghat 
Str., Calcutta, India. 

R Garraway Rice, F.S.A., Carpenter's 
Hill, Pulborough, Sussex. 



Mos. 1052— 10S9 
Rich— St. George 



THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



1052. 
1053- 

1054 
1055- 

1056. 

1057- 
1058. 
1059. 

1060. 
1061. 
1062. 
1063. 

1064. 

1-065. 
1066. 

1067. 
1068. 
1069. 

1070. 
1071. 
1072. 

">73- 
1074. 

1075. 



Sir Charles H. S. Rich, Baronet of Shir- 
ley, Devizes Castle, Wiltshire. 
W. G. Richards, 6, Sanford Crescent, 

Torquay, is especially interested in 

West Country families. 
E. P. Richardson, " Deepdene," Tor- 

rington Park, North Finchlev, London. 
Wm. Ridley Richardson, M.A. (Trin. 

Coll. Camb.), Ravensfell, Bromley, 

Kent. 
Percy L. Ricker, 227, T. Str., N.E., 

Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
Miss M. C. M. Rickman, Stroods, 

Buxted, Uckfield, Sussex. 
Thomas Apsley Rickman, Addlestone. 

Surrey. 
George Rickword, F.R.Hist.S., Public 

Library, Colchester, is interested in 

various families of N. E. Essex, Sussex, 

Wilts, Brecon and Glamorgan. 
Mrs. Ridout, Condercum, Benwell, 

Northumberland. 
Mrs. Marshall Rigby, White Knowle, 

Buxton. 
Henry Rigg, 49, Gordon Rd., Ealing, 

London, W. 
Colonel J, H. Rivett-Carnac, CLE., 

F.S.A., &c, Chateau de Rougemont, 

Switzerland. 
Evelyn Riviere, n, Old Square, Lin- 
coln's Inn, London, W.C. 
Guy Scoby Rix, Concord, N.H., U.S.A. 
Rev. H. Roberson, St. Margaret's 

Rectory, Durham, is interested in 

various Durham City Families. 
Colonel Sir Howland Roberts, Bart., 

31, Argyll Rd., Kensington, London, W. 
Oliver A. Roberts, 67, Oakland Str., 

Melrose, Mass., U.S.A. 
Rev. W. R. Westropp Roberts, B.D., 

F.T.C.D., Priorsland, Carrickmines, 

co. Dublin. 
Henrv Temple Robins, Bexley Heath, 

Kent. 
Rev. George Robinson, Holme-on- 

Spalding-Moor, York. 
John Walton Robinson, Brokenheugh. 

Haydon Bridge, Northumberland. 
William Edward Robinson, Tithebarn 

Str., Poulton-le-Fylde. 
Elmer Ellsworth Rockwood, Attleboro 

Falls, Mass., U.S.A. 
Alfred Seelye Roe, M.A., Station " A.," 

Worcester, Mass., U.S.A. 



1076. H.W.M. Roelants, Melkpad 27, Hilver- 

sum, Holland. 

1077. Mrs. Harrv Rogers, 2216, De Lancev 

Str., Phila., Pa., U.S.A. 

1078. Chas. S. Romanes, 3. Abbotsford 

Crescent, Edinburgh. 

1079. J. C. Ross, " The Cottage," Great Ness, 

Baschurch. 

1080. Miss A. M. Rowan, Princes Quay, 

Tralee. Ireland. 

1081. George H. Rowbotham, ii, Wilbraham 

Rd., Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester. 

1082. Arthur F. Rowe, Hainault, Leatherhead. 

1083. Joseph Hambley Rowe, M.B., CM., 72 

Horton Grange Rd., Bradford. York- 
shire, is interested in any Cornish family, 
all English men of genius and D. N. B. 
men, and many families in Airedale and 
Wharf edale. 

1084. Miss Kate Mason Rowland, 1526, 29th 

Str., Georgetown, District of Columbia, 
U.S.A. 

1085. Professor W. W. Rowlee, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N.Y., U.S.A. 

1086. Mrs. Theodore H. Rowntree, ii, The 

Avenue, Clifton, York. 

1087. Capt. G. A. Royston-Pigott, Army and 

Navy Club, Pall Mall, London. 

1088. Howard Ruff, 241, Shaftesbury Ave., 

Bloomsbury, London. 

1089. Mrs. Helen Nye Rupp, 304, South Main 

Str., Monmouth, 111., U.S.A. 

1090. Jacob C Ruppenthal, Judge, 23rd 

Judicial District, Russell, Kansas.U.S. A. 

1091. P. C. Rvshen, 12, Fentiman Road, 

London, S.W. 

1092. Francis R. Rushton, The Holmes, 

Betchworth, Surrev. 

1093. Lady Russell, Swaflowrield Park, Read- 

ing, Berkshire. 

1094. Walter Rye, 2S, Surrey Str., Norwich, 

is interested in Norfolk families. 

1095. J. Paul Rylands, 2, Charlesville, Birken- 

head. 

1096. Wakeman Ryno, M.D., Benton Harbor, 

Mich.. U.S.A. 

1097. Henrv F. Ryther, Newport, Vermont, 

U.S.A. 

1098. Thomas U. Sadleir, B.L., M.R.S.A.I., 

9, Gardiner's Place, Dublin, is inter- 
ested in many Irish families, especially 
those of King's County and Tipperary. 

1099. Mrs. St. George, The Abbey Gatehouse, 

West Mailing, Kent 



30 



Nob. 1100—1149 
St. Hill— Smith 



PART I. 



Mrs. St. Hill, 25, Eaton Mansions, 
Eaton Square, London, S.W. 

A. S. Salle Y, Jr., Columbia, South 
Carolina, U.S.A. 

M. Ray Sanborn, Yale University 
Library, New Haven, Conn., U.S.A. 

Henry M. Sanderson, Slack House, 
Grange-over-Sands. 

James Thomas Sands, Roe Building, 
St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A. 

Wm. Saunders, i, Summerbank, Edin- 
burgh. 

Colonel Morgan James Saurin, Moor- 
lands, Ascot. 

1107. Harold Newell Saxton, Custom House, 

New York City, U.S.A. 

1108. J. Harper Scaife, LL.B., 6, Sorrento 

Terrace, Dalkey, co. Dublin. 

1109. Bernard P. Scattergood, 7, Cookridge 

Str., Leeds. 

11 10. Theod. Sciiapper, Oberstl. und Regi- 

mentskommandeur a. D., Stubenrauch- 
str. 5, Friedenau, Berlin. 
1 in. Henry J. Scharp, 98, Johannes Verhub- 
straat, Amsterdam. 

1 112. Edgar Selot Scorer, B. Dudley Man- 

sions, 29, Abbey Rd., St. John's Wood, 
London, N.W. 

1 1 13. Miss Corinne Lee Scott, 117, Montague 

Str., Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. 

1 1 14. G. Firth Scott, Press Club, London, E.C. 

1 1 15. R. F. Scott, M.A., St. John's College, 

Cambridge. 

1 1 16. Rev J. Holford Scott-Tucker, 46A, 

Marsham Str., Westminster, London, 
S.W. 

11 17. Edward Francis Downman Scudamore, 

Rhymney, via Cardiff. 
111S. Rev. Charles E. Seaman, Stalbridge 
Rectory, Dorset. 

1 1 19. W. L. Seaman, 334, West Eagle Str., 

Paincsville, Ohio, U.S.A. 

1 1 20. Miss Marion Sedgwick, Grantham House 
, Grantham. 

1 1 21. Walter H. L. Shadwell, Trewollack, 

Bodmin, Cornwall, is interested in any 
family of Northolt, Middlesex. 

1122. Isaac Sharp, 3S, Forest Drive East, Ley- 

tonstone, London, E. 
J i23. Wm. C. Sharpe, Sevmour, Conn., U.S.A. 
n~4. Stephen Paschall Sharples, 26, Broad 

Str., Boston, Mass.. U.S.A. 
"25. Arthur Pilkington Shaw, Whitehall, nr. 

Buxton, Derbyshire. 



1126. James Sheldon, Jr., 69, Wall Str., 

New York City, U.S.A. 

1127. T. H. Shelley, 34, Angles Rd., Streat- 

ham. London, S.W. 

1128. Miss Sherard. Eastholme, Wantage, 

Berkshire. 

1129. C. Davies Sherborn, 49, Peterborough 

Rd., Fulham, London. 

1130. Rev. Canon Sherlock, Sherlockstown, 

Saillns, co. Kildare. 

1131. Alvego Shertzer, M.D.. 25, West 

Preston Str., Baltimore, Md., U.S.A. 

1132. George F. T. Sherwood, 50, Beecroft 

Rd., Brockley, London. S.E., is espe- 
cially interested in Berkshire families. 

1 133. Miss Dorothy O. Shilton, 53, Con- 

stantine Road, Hampstead Heath, 
London, N.W. 

1134. Capt. A. G. Shortt, Red House, Bramer- 

ton, Norwich. 

1 135. Miss Shuttle worth, 7, Lennox Gardens, 

London, S.W. 

1136. Philip Sidney, Abbot's Barton, Canter- 

bury, Kent. 

1137. Llewellyn Lloyd Simpson, Brookfields, 

Derby. 

1138. Stephen Simpson, M.A., Park Side, 
' Moor Park, Preston, Lancashire. 

1139. Stephen Simpson, Junior. Brook House, 

near Garstang, Lancashire. 

1140. Edgar Arthur Singer, Jun., 1510, 

Walnut Str., Phila.. Pa., U.S.A. 

1141. Rev. Charles N. Sinnett, Edmore. 

Ramsey Co., No. Dakota, U.S.A. 

1 142. Thomas G. Skardon, Simla, Paignton. 

S. Devon. 

1143. Major F. J. A. Skeet, Crossbush, nr. 

Arundel, Sussex, is interested in old 
Catholic families and Recusants since 
the Reformation. 

1 144. Thos. Wm. Skevington, Woodlee, Bing- 

ley, Yorkshire. 

1 145. Mrs. William Gerrv Slade. 332, West 87 

Str., New York City, U.S.A. 

1146. Wm. Slingsby, Thorpe Underwood Hall. 

York. 

1147. Dr. Chas. E. Slocum, Defiance, Ohio, 

U.S.A. 

1148. Miss C. Fell Smith, 33, Chenies Str. 

Chambers, London. W.C., is interested 
in any Quaker or Essex families, 
1600-1800. 
j 149. Carroll F. Smith, 192, Lancaster Str., 
Albany, N.Y., U.S.A. 



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Ho3. 1150-1199 
8mith — Stuart 



THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



[150. Charles S. Smith, Terryville, Litchfield 
Co., Conn., U.S.A. 

[151. Edward Leodore Smith, Technology 
Chambers, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 

1152. Miss Elizabeth P. SMITH45, E. Penn Str., 
Germantown, Phila., Pa., U.S.A. 

[153. Rev. James Smith, B.D., Minister of St. 
George's-in-the-West Parish, Aberdeen. 

[154. Miss Jessie Agnew Smith, Union of Lon- 
don & Smith's Bank, Argyll Place, 
London, W. 

1155. L. Bertrand Smith. 90, McDonough 

Str., Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A. 

1156. Miss Sarah Nicholls Smith, Fieldcote, 
Oldbury, nr. Bridgnorth, Shropshire. 

1157. S. Percy Smith, F.R.G.S., •' Matai- 

moana," New Plymouth, New Zealand. 

1158. T. Carpenter Smith, 14, Hartington Gar- 

dens, Edinburgh. 
[159. Rev. Gilbert Flesher Smith-Rewse, St. 
Margaret's Rectorv, South Elmham, 
Suffolk. . . . (Post-town :— Harle- 
ston, Norfolk.) 

1 160. F. S. Snell, The Ferns. Burroughs, 
Hendon, London, N.W. 

1161. Willem Baron Snouckaert van Schau- 

burg, 96, Jan van Nassaustraat, The 

Hague. 
U62. Benjamin Edward Somers, Langford 

Place, Langford, Bristol. 
1163. F. Gelderd Somervell, Haseley Manor, 

Wallingford. 
U64. Bellingham A. Somerville, Clermont, 

Rathnew, co. Wicklow. 
U65. Charles C. Soule, 45, Warren Str., 

Brookline, Mass., U.S.A. 
C166. Miss Lucy H. Southall, Parkfields, 

nr. Ross. 
C167. Wra. G. Spear. Hanover, Mass., U.S.A. 
ti68. Captain J. C. Deey Spedding, A.P.D., 

Gudrune, Alexandra Park, South 

Farnborough, Hampshire. 
1169. Harry Speight, Priestthorpe, Bingley, 

Yorks, is interested in Yorkshire 

families generally. 
U70. Horatio Nelson Spencer, M.D., LL.D.. 

2725, Washington Av., St. Louis, Mo., 

U.S.A. 
C171. Hon. Francis Spring-Rice, Reenglas, 

Valencia Island, co. Kerry. 
£172. Asa Matlack Stackhocse, Moorestown, 

New Jersey, U.S.A. 
Ix 73- William R. Stackholse, Moorestown, 

Burlington Co., New Jersey, U.S.A. 



1 174. 
H75- 

1 176 

1 177 

1 178 
1179 

1180 

1181 

1182 

1183 

1184 

1185 

1186. 
1187. 



1189. 

1190. 
1191. 
1192. 

"93- 

1194. 

H95- 
1196. 

1197. 

1 198. 

1 199. 



Mrs. Florence Danforth Stamp, Adams 

Basin, Monroe Co., New York, U.S.A. 
Rev. Jonathan Henry Stamp, A.K.C. 

Lond., 4, Manor Rd., Waltham Abbey, 

Essex. 
John VV. Standervvick, Broadway, 

Ilminster. 
Miss D. Stanton, 58, Elm Park Gardens, 

London, S.W. 
A. Stapleton, 158, Noel St., Nottingham. 
Chas. R. Stark, 41, Chapin Ave., 

Providence, R.I., U.S.A. 
C. A. Starke, Salomonstrasse 39, 

Gorlitz, Germany. 
H. Walton Starkey, " Mayfield," 

Saffron Walden, Essex. 
Rev. W. J. Stavert, Burnsall Rectory, 

Skipton-in-Craven. 
Arthur E. Stedman, Dagmar Lodge, 

Watford. 
Col. J. P. Steel, Nenehurst. Park Rd., 

Surbiton. 
Mrs. Theodore Stephenson, Ladies' 

Army and Navy Club, Burlington 

Gardens, London, W. 
Alan Stepney - Gulston, Derwydd, 

Llandebie, Carmarthenshire. 
Rev. Francis Sterry, Chapel Cleeve, 

Washford, Taunton. 

A. Francis Steuart, 79, Great King 
Str., Edinburgh, and Royal Societies 
Club, London. S.W. 

Chas. Poyntz Stewart, M.A., F.S.A. 

Scot., Chesneld Park, Stevenage, Hert- 
fordshire. 
Henry Stewart, A 14-15, Produce 

Exchange, New York City, U.S.A. 
James King Stewart, Craig Urrard, 

Liberton, Midlothian. 
Warner W. Stockberger, United States 

Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, 

D.C., U.S.A. 
EdwinSTOCKiN,Watertown, Mass. .U.S.A. 
Stokes & Cox, 75, Chancery Lane, 

London. W.C. 

B. W. Strader, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. 
Alderman Jas. Straker, J. P., C.C., 

Abergavenny, Monmouthshire. 

Mrs. Stratton, Lucas' Hospital, Wok- 
ingham, Berkshire. 

George S. S. Strode, Newnham Park, 
Plympton, S. Devon. 

Mrs. Alexander Stuart, Crear Cottage, 
Morningside Drive, Edinburgh. 



32 



Nos. 1200—1254 

Stuart— Un v, in 



PART I. 



1 200. Mrs. William Stuart, Mountearl, Bally- 

clare, co. Antrim. 

1201. Henry Stubbs, Danby, Ballyshannon. 

202. S. B. Tabingh Suermondt, Bowlespark, 

Wageningen, Holland. 

203. Miss Sarah J. Sutton, 7, College Str., 

Nottingham. 

1204. Rev. H. B. Swanzy, Ivy Lodge, Newry, 

co. Down. 

1205. Rev. Thomas Erskine Swanzy, Hibald- 

stow Vicarage, Brigg, Lincolnshire. 
206. Rev. W. D. Sweeting, Maxey, Queen's 

Rd., Wallington, Surrey. 
.207. George SwEETMAN,Wincanton, Somerset. 
208. John Wm. Swinglehurst, Cliffe Str., 

Nelson, Lancashire. 
1209. Captain G. S. C. Swtnton, 36, Pont Str., 

London, S.W. 
t2io. H. S. Tabor, Fennes, Braintree, Essex. 
£11. B. Tacchella, 66, Friar Gate, Derby, 
is interested in many Derby families. 

212. H. Tapley-Soper, Royal Albert Memo- 

rial College, Museum and Public 
Library, Exeter, is interested in all 
Devon families before 1800. 

213. James H. Tavern er, 25, Nornia Rd., 

Waterloo, Liverpool. 

214. Arthur Taylor, 52, Minster Rd., West 

Hampstead, London, N.W. 

215. Edward Lyon Taylor, Clifton, Falinge 

Rd., Rochdale. 

216. Mrs. Laura (Butler) Taylor, 3035, 

Virginia Ave., Louisville, Kv., U.S.A. 

217. Rev. T. Taylor, M.A., F.S.A., The 

Vicarage, St. Just in Penwith, R.S.O., 
Cornwall. 

218. William O. Taylor, Orange, Franklin 

Co., Mass., U.S.A. 

219. Harry W. Teed, 158, Camberwell Grove, 

Denmark Hill, London. 
2-20. Rev. Thomas Teed-Heaver, 35, Wel- 
lington Rd., Brighton. 
221. Rev. Levi Daniel Temple, Watertown, 
Mass., U.S.A. 

1222. C. M. Tenison, The Old House, Hatfield, 
Broad Oak, Essex. 

l ~-Z- Miss Margaret M. Thirkell-Cox, Fair- 
holme, Windermere, Westmorland. 

^24. E. Thirkell-Pearce, 43, Pershore Rd., 
Edgbaston. 

L -o- B. Thistlethwaite, Great Ayton, York- 
shire. 

t226. Miss Marv Thistlethwaite, Macedon, 
Wayne Co., N.Y., U.S.A. 



1227. R. C. Thompson, Penshaw House, Fence 

Houses, co. Durham. 

1228. Andrew Thomson, Glendinning Terrace, 

Galashiels, N.B. 

1229. S. Thornely, Hatfield Norton, nr. 

Worcester. 

1230. Hubert Gordon Thornley, " Alltycham," 

Pontardawe, R.S.O., Glamorganshire. 

1231. Edgar Williford Tindall, Knapton Hall, 

Knapton Station, Yorkshire. 

1232. Legh Tolson, Finthoipe, Almondbury, 

Huddersfield. 

1233. Wm. Asheton Tonge, Stanclyffe, Disley, 

Cheshire. 

1234. J orm R- Totten, 44, West 54th Str., 

New York City, U.S.A. 

1235. Mrs. J. O. Travers, c/o Col. Travers, 

at Kincraigie, Courtmacsherry, co. Cork. 

1236. John Harvey Treat, Lawrence, Mass., 

U.S.A. 

1237. Geo. H. Tripp, Free Public Library, New 

Bedford, Mass., U.S.A. 

1238. J. Herbert Tritton, 4, Lowndes Square, 

London, S.W. 

1239. Olaf Trivess, 15, Green Lane, Brayton 

Rd., Selby, Yorkshire. 

1240. Mrs. Spencer Trotter, 236, South 7th 

Str., Phila, Pa., U.S.A. 

1241. Mrs. Boswell Tucker, 51, Belsize Park 

Gardens, London, N.W. 

1242. Mrs. Turner, Coombe Bissett, Salisbury. 

1243. S. Hyde Turner, -69, Aldermanbury, 

London, E.C. 

1244. Lieut.-Col. W. H. Turton, R.E., 

Harlev House, Clifton Down, Bristol. 

1245. Lieut.-Col. P. B. Tuthill, Summersdale, 

Chichester, Sussex. 

1246. Arthur H. Tweedy, Widmore Lodge, 

Widmore, Bromley, Kent. 

1247. Col. Francis R. Twemlow, D.S.O.. 

Peatswood, Market Drayton. 

1248. H. K. Twitchell, 153, South Oxford 

Str., Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A. 

1249. Miss Tyler, Newton Court. Monmouth. 

1250. Edgar A. Tyler, 9, Old Jewry Cham bers,_ 

London, E.C. 

1251. J. H. Tyrrell, " Castleknock," Queen's 

Rd., Twickenham. 

1252. A. J. Underwood, 71, Cambridge Str.. 

Eccleston Square, London, S.W. 

1253. Lucien M. Underwood. Columbia 

University, New York City. U.S.A. 

1254. Maurice Everett Unwin, ii, Hall Koyd, 

Shipley, Yorkshire. 



33 



Nob. 1255-1304 
Unwin — Watson 



THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



1255- 
1256. 

1257- 
1258. 
1259. 
1260. 
1261. 
1262. 
1263. 
1264. 
1265. 
1266. 

1267. 

1268. 
1269. 
1270. 
1271. 



1272. 
1273' 



1274. 

1275. 
1276, 
1277 



S. Philip Unwin, Hall Royd, Shipley, 

Yorkshire. 
Arthur Reginald Vaizey, Solicitor, Noel 

House, Booking, Braintree, Essex. 
Capt. A. H. van Deusen, 2207, M. St. 

(N.W.) Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
D. G. van Epen, 1, Herderstraat, 

The Hague. 
C. van Erpecum, 18, Maliestraat, 

The Hague. 
R. van Beuningen van Helsdingen, 

M.D., Billiton, Dutch East Indies. 
Wra. Bearer van Homrigh, Avonia, 

Greystones, co. Wicklow. 
Jhr. Mr. Frank K. van Lennep, 

Amsterdam. 
V. Raimond S. van Marle, Lange 

Voorhout ia, The Hague. 
Jhr. Th. van Rheineck-Leyssius, 

" Sonnenheuvel," Baarn, Holland. 
Lieut. P. F. W. van Romondt, 47, 

Regentesselaan, The Hague. 
Dr. jur. P. C. Bloys van Treslong 

Prins, Sweelinckplein 3, The Hague, 

is interested in the principal Dutch 

families. 
Baron B. F. van Verschuer, 27, 

Jansbuitensingel, Arnhem, Nether- 
lands. 
J. L. N. van Ysselsteyn, Oirschot, 

Netherlands. 
Herbert M. Vaughan, Llangoedmore, 

Cardigan, South Wales. 
T. A. Vaughton, Livery Str., Birming- 
ham. 
George Vaux, " Llysyfran," Bryn 

Mawr, Penna., U.S.A., in summer; 

1715, Arch Street, Philadelphia, 

Penna., U.S.A., in winter. 
Dr. J. Venn, Caius College, Cambridge. 
Mrs. Clarence Verrill, Bagdad-Chase 

Gold Mining Company, Soulsbyville, 

Tuolumne Co., California, U.S.A. 
Sir Arthur Vicars, K.C.V.O., F.S.A., 

Ulster Ikino of Hrms, Dublin 

Castle. 

Leopold A. Vidler, The Stone House, 
Rye, Sussex. 

E. B. Vignoles, Acton Lane Works, 
Chiswick, London, W. 

Alfred von Aspern, Doberan, Mecklen- 
burg, Germany, is interested in 
families residing or originating in the 
Southern provinces of the Netherlands. 



1278. 
1279. 
1280. 
1281. 

1282. 

1283. 

1284. 

1285. 

1286. 

1287. 

1288. 
1289. 

1290. 

1291. 

1292. 

1293. 

f 1294. 

1295. 

1296. 

1297. 

1298. 

1299. 

1300. 

1301. 

1302. 

I303- 
1304. 

34 



O. von Dassel, Friedrichstrasse 12, 

Dobeln (Sa.), Germany. 
Dr. A. von den Velden, Weimar, 

Germany. 
Rev. H. E. von StOrmer, Brcmu 

Strasse 5, Riga. 
John B. Wainewright, 23, Drydcn 
Chambers, 119, Oxford Str., London, 
W. 
Fred. Wakerley, B.Sc, F.H.A.S., 

Kingston, Derby. 
J. G. V. Wakerley, Sherwood, Notting- 
hamshire. 
John S. Walford, 18, Beaufort Rd . 

Birmingham. 
Albert J. Walker, 18, Mt. Verncn 

Str., Salem, Mass, U.S.A. 
H. E. Wallace, 1370, Lexington Ave., 

N. Y. City, U.S.A. 
F. G. Waller, 73, Vondelstraat. 

Amsterdam. 
W. C. Waller, Loughton, Essex. 
Isaac Henry Wallis, Crow Hill, Mans- 
field, Nottinghamshire. 
John H. Walter, Colorado Bld^. 

Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
Samuel Warburton, Egerton Lodge 

Bury Old Rd., Manchester. 
Honble. Emily G. Ward, Castle Ward. 

Downpatrick, Ireland. 
Francis Donal Ward, 22, Linden Gar- 
dens, Notting Hill Gate, London, W 
Frank Ward, 38, Wordsworth Rd.. 

Small Heath. 
Rev. Geo. K. Ward, 439, West 123:.! 

Str., New York City, U.S.A. 
H. Somerset Ward, J. P., Dunibert 

Balfron, N.B. 
James Ward, South Parade, Notting- 
ham. 
Dr. Ogier Ward, 73, Cheapside, London 

E.C. 
Professor Wardell, 36, Trinity Colleg'-'. 

Dublin. 
William A. Warden, 19, Circuit Ave.. 

Worcester, Mass., U.S.A. 
W. F. Warner, ii6, North Main Str.. 

St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A. 
Rev. Thomas Warren, 29, Gipsy Hill. 

Norwood, London, S.E. 
Arthur J. Waters, c/o Citizens National 
Bank, Los Angeles, California, U.S. A 
Col. Henry G. Watson, Wheatonaston 
Hall, near Stafford. 



17S9071 



Noa. 1305-1350 
Watts— Wilson 



PART I. 



1305. James Watts, Abney Hall, Cheadle, 

Cheshire. 

1306. Benj. G. Wattson, " Clairville," 22, 

St. Hilda's Rd., Stoke Newington, 
London, N. 

1307. Robert Marshman Wattson, 32, St. 

Andrew's Rd., Stoke Newington, 
London, N. 

1308. Abel M. Way, Box 37 R.F.D. No. 2, 

Siler City, Chatham Co., N.C., U.S.A. 

1309. Thomas Henry Webb, 80, Harcourt Str., 

Dublin, is interested in families be- 
longing to the Society of Friends 
in Ireland, 1650-1900. 

1310. Henry Sewall Webster, Gardiner, Maine, 

U.S.A. 

1311. G. E. Weddall, Thornton House, Gilber- 

dike, S.O., Yorkshire. 

1312. Alexander Wedderburn, 47, Cadogan 

Place, London, S.W., is interested in 
Fife and Forfarshire families. 
I 3 I 3- Josiah C. Wedgwood, M.P., Barlaston, 
Stoke-on-Trent, is interested in families 
Of Leek and neighbourhood before 
Visitations, and of Burslem district in 
seventeenth century. 

1314. Edward F. Weed, Rowayton, Conn., 

U.S.A. 
— Weekes, see Lega-Weekes. 

1315. A R. Welchman, 16, Carlton Rd., 

Putney HiD, London, S.W. 

1316. Sir Anthony A. Weldon, Bart., D.S.O., 

Kilmorony, Athy, co. Kildare. 
1317- Rev. Joshua Wyman Wellman, D.D., 

117, Summer Str., Maiden, Mass., 

U.S.A. 
1318. John E. B. Wells, 34, High Str., 

Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire. 
1319- W. H. Welply, Great Southern Hotel, 

Killarney, co. Kerry. 
*3 2 o. J. Beavan Welson, 97, Kyverdale Rd., 

Stamford Hill, London, N. 

1321. Adelbert C. Wendell, P.O. Box Dept., 

Minneapolis, Minn., U.S.A. 

1322. Capt. E. E. West, 32, Crosthwaite Park, 

Kingstown, co. Dublin, is interested 
in Jamaica families, especially of 
Scotch or French descent, Huguenot 
families and Anglo-Irish families gen- 
erally. 

1323. Rev. W. Arthur Westley, B.A., 251, 

Apsley Terrace, Seedley, Manchester. 
J 324. Rev. F. H. Weston, Lastingham Vicar- 
age, Sinnington, R.S.O., Yorkshire. 



1325. Thomas Westropp-Bennett, late Cap- 

tain 39th Regt., Ballymurphy, Limerick. 

1326. Lyon Weyburn, Harvard Law School, 

Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. 

1327. Mrs. W. C. D. Whetham, Upwater 

Lodge, Cambridge. 

1328. W. C. D. Whetham, F.R.S., Upwater 

Lodge, Cambridge. 

1329. John Carpenter White, 10, Roseneath 

Villas, Military Road, Cork. 

1330. Colonel J. Grove White, Kilbyrne, 

Doneraile, co. Cork, is interested in the 
families of the North of CO. Cork. 

1331. Wm. Grove White, 13, Upper Ormond 

Quay, Dublin. 

1332. John Whitebrook, 32, Upper Park Rd., 

New Southgate, London, N. 

I 333- Ralph Cyril Vernon Whitfield, Clyde 
House, Eaglescliffe, R.S.O., co. Dur- 
ham. 

1334. Greeley W. Whitford, 1044, Josephine 
Str., Denver, Colorado, U.S.A. 

I 335- P- Whithard, Shepperton, Middlesex. 

1336. Aber Stowe Wiester, 2989, Folsom Str., 

San Francisco, Cal., U.S.A. 

1337. Rev. Herbert Wigan, Dunsden Vicarage, 

Reading. 

1338. M. G. Wildeman, 2d Sweelinckstraat 

80, The Hague. 

1339. Rev. P. H. E. Wilder, Howe Rectory, 

Norwich. 

1340. Mrs. A. S. Wilkinson, 18, Ormond Rd., 

Rathmines, co. Dublin. 

1341. Albert Charles Williams, " Oakley," 

Lake Avenue, Bromley, Kent. 

1342. Elijah Williams, 7, Hampstead Lane, 

Highgate, London, N. 

1343. Mrs. Ernest Williams, The Elms, 

Coombe Bissett, Salisbury. 

1344. R. M. H. Williams, Northenby, East 

Woodhay, Newbury. 

1345. W. Mosby Williams, 416, 5th Str., N.W., 

Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 

1346. Mrs. Williamson, 2 Park Avenue, 

Dover. 

1347. David Williamson, J. P., Merrow Dene, 

Guildford, Surrey. 

1348. Miss Pauline Willis, 3, Kensington 

Gate, London, W. 

1349. Al ec Wilson, Belvoir Park, Newtown- 

breda, co. Down. 

1350. Rev. Joseph Bowstead Wilson, M.A., 

F.S.A., Knightwick Rectory, Worces- 
ter. 



35 



Nob. 1351—1387 
Wilson— Zelley 



THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



I35i- 

1352. 
1353- 
1354- 

1355- 
1356. 
1357- 
1358. 

1359- 
1360. 

1361. 

1362. 
1363. 

1364- 

1382. 
1383- 
1384- 



Thomas Wilson, B.A. (Lond., 1859), 
Rivers Lodge, Harpenden, S.O., Hert- 
fordshire. 

Wilfrid Wilson, 13, Northumberland 
Str., Hr. Broughton, Manchester. 

Arthur Bromhy Wilson-Barkworth, 
The Elms, Kirk Ella, near Hull. 

Thomas Hall Winder, Westcombe, 
Victoria Rd., Heaton, Bolton, Lan- 
cashire. 

Major General Sir Reginald Wingate, 
Cairo, Egypt. 

Miss Grace Wingfield, Market Overton, 
Oakham. 

Maurice E. Wingfield, 91, Victoria Str., 
London, S.W. 

Lt. Colonel R. T. Wolfe, c/o London & 
County Banking Co., Ltd., Guildford, 
Surrey. 

Sir CharlesWoLSELEY, Baronet, Wolseley, 
Stafford. 

Arthur A. Wood, Slocum, Rhode Island, 
U.S.A. 

Herbert Maxwell Wood, B.A., 5, The 
Grove, Sunderland, is interested in 
members of Durham and Northumber- 
land families whose names occur in 
parish registers, &c, in other counties. 

G. M. G. Woodgate, Tydd St. Giles 
Rectory, Cambridgeshire. 

Daniel Quimby Woodruff, Box 110, 
St. Johnsburg Center, Caledonia Co., 
Vt., U.S.A. 

Edward A Woods, is No. 1385. 

Frank E. Woodward, is No. 1386. 

Edward Wooler, Danesmoor, Darling- 
ton. 



1365- 
1366. 

1367 
1368 
1369 
1370 
I37 1 
1372 

1373- 

1374- 
1375- 
1376. 
1377- 
I378- 
1379- 
1380. 
1381. 



Hastings Worrin, Little Dunmow, 

Chelmsford. 
Clement Francis Worsley, 7, Rylett 

Crescent, Ravenscourt Park, London, 

W. 
John T. Worth, Oakenrod Mount, 

Rochdale. 
Miss Mabel E. Wotton, 36, Buckingham 

Gate, London, S.W. 
Francis Beresford Wright, Wootton 

Court, Warwick. 
Miss Gertrude Williford Wright, Camp- 
field House, Malton, Yorkshire. 
Rodney P. Wright, 47, Granite Str., 

Cambridge, A., Mass., U.S.A. 
Wm. Maurice Wright, M.A.(Oxon), J. P., 

Wold Newton Manor, North Thoresby, 

S.O., Lincolnshire. 
Rev. F. J. Wrottesley, Denstone, 

Uttoxeter, is interested in Stafford- 
Shire families. 
Rev. Robert Wylde, The Warden's 

Lodge, Newland, Malvern. 
Lt.-Col. A. C. Yate, United Service Club, 

Pall Mall, London, S.W. 
Colonel C. E. Yate, C.S.I., C.M.G.. 

17, Prince of Wales Terrace, London, W. 
George A. Yates, 217, Hawthorn 

Avenue, Hull. 
Mrs. Young, Bitteswell Manor, Lutter- 
worth. 
Mrs. G. L. Young, Millmount, Randals- 

town, co. Antrim. 
G. W. Younger, 9, Fleet Str., London, 

E.C. 
W. H. Zelley, Columbus Road and City 

Line, Burlington, New Jersey, U.S.A. 



The following contributed after Part I. was arranged : — 

Lindsay Fairfax, Lenox, Mass., 1385. 

U.S.A. 
Geo. H. B. Radcliffe, Dilston House, 1386. 

Baudra Hill, nr. Bombay, India. 
Miss Jennie F. Beans, Box 17 R.D. 2, 1387. 

Stubenville, Ohio, U.S.A. 



Edward A. Woods, 318, Grant Str., 

Sewickley, Pa.. U.S.A. 
Frank Ernest Woodward, 93, Rockland 

Ave., Maiden, Mass., U.S.A. 
Maxwell Bury. " Glenlyn," Ermington, 

Sydney, N.S.W. 



36 



Abbitt — Allison 



Part II. 



SURNAMES OF FAMILIES. 

The number in daxk type at the end of each entry indicates that the genealogist so numbered in Part I. 

is interested in the family named. 
The * before a surname is an indication that the genealogist has requested that it should be noted that 

he possesses information which he is willing to impart, but that he does not wish for further data. 
The t before a surname is an indication that the genealogist has requested that it should be noted that 

he desires information about the family, without being able to impart much or any. 
The absence of both the * and the f indicates that the genealogist has made no such request, and 

that therefore he probably both possesses information about the family named and also desires 

to add to his data. 
The surnames are arranged alphabetically in accordance with the system explained in the introductory 

remarks to Part I. 
Cross-references are given to all variations of spelling, except in the instances where the first three letters 

of the surname are identical. 
This Part will be found to index all the entries in Part III. 



Abbatt, Devon and Somerset, 17th Cent. ; 

Lanes., 19th Cent. ; 1. 
Abbot (see Pt. 3). 
Abbott, Kirkland, Westmorland and Canada ; 

109. 
Abbott or Abbot (see Pt. 3). 
Abell, early settlement of New Engl. ; 154. 
Abraham (see Pt.'3). 
tA Brassard (de Brassard), Holland, 18th 

Cent.; 4. 
Ackerley, any, especially Cheshire ; 5. 
Ackroyd (Ecroyd), \V. R. Yorks. and N.E. 

Lanes., before 1650 ; 464. 
Acland, Devon ; 590 and 655. 
Acres, any before 1700 ; 1337. 
Adams, Tunstall, Burslem, Bagnall and Norton- 

in-the-Moors, N. Staffs., before 1600 ; 8. 
Adams, Groton, Mass., 1775 : Maine. 1800 ; 

came from Engl. 1635 ; 46. 
tADAMsoN, Ireland : 1168. 
Adderley, North Staffs., 17th Cent. ; 726. 
Addis, Lisburn, nr. Belfast, before 1750 : 1213. 
Adeney, Hodnet, Salop, iSth Cent. ; 11. 
Ady, any ; 736. 
Affleck (see Auchinleck). 
Agard. Kettering district, abt. 16th Cent. ; 144. 
Acer, Broseley and Berks. ; 151. 
Agneau, France, before 1783; 1154. 



Agnew, Antrim, before 1783 ; 1154. 
Aguillon, Nutbourne, W. Sussex, 1200-1400 ; 

859. 
Ainsworth (see Pt. 3). 
Aitken, before 1800 ; 12. 
Akers, any before 1700 ; 1337. 
Akroyd (see Ecroyd). 
Albery, West Sussex ; 789. 
Alcock ; 1104. 
Alder ; 147. 

Alder, Horncliffe, Northumb. ; 777. 
Aldworth, Berks, and Oxon, before 1660; 14. 
Alen, St. Wolstan's, Kildare ; 386. 
Alexander, Ireland, 16S0-1S30 ; 479. 
Alford (see Pt. 3). 
Alfray (see Allfrey, and Pt. 3). 
Algeo (Olgeo), Cornw., before 1750 ; 902. 
Alison (see Allison). 
Allan, Alloa, iSth Cent. ; 148 and 149. 
Allan, Edinburgh, early 18 th Cent. ; 1298. 
Allanson, Yorks. ; 1251. 
*Allen ; 675. 
Allen (see Pt. 3). 
Allenson, Durham : 162. 
Alley, Bucks, and Devon, before 1700 : 123. 
Allfrey (Alfray), Sussex, Lewes, Battle, 

E. Grinstead ; 17. 
Allison (Alison), Leith, before 1750 ; 1158. 



37 



Allnutt— Autherson 

THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Allnutt, Berks. ; London ; Penshurst, Kent ; 

1362. 
Almack, Yorks. ; 747. 
Almond, Northallerton district, Yorks., 1600- 

1800 ; 18. 
Alport, Staffs., 1500-1700 ; 482. 
Alsace, Hainaut, before 1300 ; 367. 
Alston, East Anglia, &c, before 1600 ; 334. 
Alston (see Pt. 3 under Croppenbergh). 
Alvord, England, before 1700 ; 170. 
Alvord (see Pt. 3). 

Ames, Somerset and Norf., 1500-1636 ; 20. 
fAMES, Drogheda, 17th Cent. ; 269. 
Amor, Wilts. ; 878. 
Amory, St. Kitts, 1675-1725 ; 191. 
Amphlett, any ; 21. 

Amsdell, Scotland, later Deersfield, Mass. ; 548. 
fANDERSON, Lea Hall, Lincoln, 1600-1850 ; 22. 
Anderson, Aberdeenshire, 1500-1907 ; 23. 
Anderson, Lines. ; 488. 

Anderson, cos. Northumb. and Durham ; 971. 
Anderson, Perth, before 1700 ; 1002. 
Anderson, Reedwater and Elsdon, Northumb., 

before 1S00 ; 1188. 
Anderton, Lanes, and Yorks., before 1750; 24. 
Anderton, Bingley & W. R. Yorks. ; 553. 
Andrew, Saddleworth, Yorks., before 1800 ; 25. 
Andrews, America, from 1635 > 26. 
Andrews, Northampton ; 379. 
Andrews, Leics. and Northants ; 564. 
Andros, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Anger, Essex and Camb., before 1600 ; 28. 

Angier, Essex and Camb., before 1600 ; 28. 

Angier, viz., Du Plessis Angier de Loheac, 
Brittany, 1600-1800 ; 28. 

Angus, Earl of (see Pt. 3, under Comyn). 

Anne; 1053. 

Anns or Anne (see Hance). 

Ansell, any ; 284. 

Antill, Derbyshire, up to 1750 ; 227. 

Antram, Wilts, and Dorset ; 69. 

Antram, any ; 30 and 1381. 

Antrim, any ; 30 and 1331. 

Antrobus, Dublin, 18th Cent. ; 665. 

Apedaile, any before 1767, especially Northum- 
berland, Durham, Yorks., Staffs., Cornwall; 
has pedigree from 1767 ; 31. 

Appleby, Bradbourn, Derbys. ; 1217. 

Appleton, Kent, Suff., Essex, Norf., Middx. ; 33. 

Appleton, Cornw., iqth Cent. ; 42. 

Archer, Tanworth (Warw.), 1154-1778 ; 34, 

Archer, any ; 1081. 

Arden, Warws., before 1600 ; 177. 

Arkcoll, East Sussex, before 1750 ; 647. 



Arkle, So. Scotland, especially Lanarksh., 

1500-1750 ; 35. 
Armes, Yorks., Norf. ; 530. 
Armstrong, Scottish borders, 1550- 1600 ; 684. 
Armstrong, Cumb. ; 913. 
Arnold, Walmer and Gillingham districts, East 

Kent, before 1750 ; 38. 
Arnold, Milton Abbey, Dorset ; 379. 
♦Arnold ; 675. 

Arnold, Suff., Warwick, before 1645 ; 707. 
Arnold, Rugby ; 1033. 
Arrowsmith, Gloucs. ; 482. 
fARTHUR, Dundee to U.S.A., before 1817 ; 500. 
fAsH, Swinton, nr. Masham, Yorks. ; 113. 
Ash, Northants. ; 1337. 
Ashburner, any ; 345. 
Ashburner ; 1219. 
Ashby, 18th Cent. ; 853. 
Ashead (see Pt. 3). 

Ashenhurst, North Staffs., before 1500 ; 1313. 
Ashford ; 39. 
Ashley (see Pt. 3). 
Ashlin, Houndslow, before 1730 ; 226. 
Ashmole, Midland Counties, 1400-1800 ; 1270. 
Ashton, Penketh, Lanes., 17th Cent. ; 1272. 
Askell, any about 1720 ; 270. 
Askew, Cumb. and Lanes., 1500-1700 ; 3. 

*Aslake (Oslak), Norf., Suff. ; 605. 

♦Asshelock, Mere, Heytesbury, Wilts., Lin- 
coln ; 605. 

Astbury, Stone, Staffs., 17th Cent. ; 250. 

Astley, any, especially Wem, Salop, 18th Cent. ; 
42. 

Astley, Salop, abt. 1100-1400 ; 751. 

Aston, Tixall, Staffs., 1474 and 16th Cent. ; 
128. 

Atkins, Chard, Somerset, abt. 1500 ; 597. 

Atkinson, Cumb. ; 913. 

Atmore, Lynn, Norf., 1684 ; America 1836 ; 
723. 

fATSEE, Heme, before 1550 ; 851. 

Attebrygge (see Briggs). 

Attree ; 45. 

Atwood, Sunderland, Engl., 1600 ; later Boston, 
Mass. ; 46. 

Atwood (see Wood). 

Auchinleck (Affleck), Auchinleck, Scotland, 
17th Cent. ; 364. 

Aungier, Essex and Camb., before 1600 ; 28. 

fAuRiOL, France and England : 951. 

Austen, Kent, Tenterden, before 1700 ; 757. 

Austin, Oundle, Northants, before 1S00 ; 47. 

Austin, Tenterden, Kent, before 1637 • 707. 

Autherson, Walkington, Yorks., 1740 ; 698. 



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Avary— Barrett 



PART IT. 



A vary (Avery), France and England ; 952. 

Aveling, Eastern Counties ; 48. 

Aven, Banffshire ; 274. 

Avery, Southampton and Berks. ; 49. 

Avery (see Avary). 

Awdry ; 132. 

Ayliffe ; 132. 

Ayton, Norf. and Suff. ; 102. 

Babington, Curborough, Staffs., i6th Cent. ; 

128. 
Bache ; 787. 

Bachope, Liverpool, before 1709 ; 533. 
Bacon, Norwich, 18 th Cent. ; 631. 
Bacon, Sufi., 16th Cent. ; Dedham, Mass., 

U.S.A., 17th Cent. ; 52, 
Bacon, Norf. ; 1094. 
Bacon, Magilligan, co. Londonderry, before 

1700 ; 341. 
Bacon (see Pt. 3). 
Badcock, Week St. Mary and Whitstone, 

Cornwall, before 1725 ; 53. 
Badcock, any, especially Berks, and Oxon ; 

284. 
Bagnel, North Staffs., before 1500; 1313. 
Baguley (see Bigelow). 
Baikie, Orkneys ; 1188. 
Baildon (Bayldon), Royston and Earls 

Heaton, Yorks., before 1590 ; 1241. 
Bailey, South of Ireland ; 55. 
Bailey, Leicester, since 1740 ; 56. 
Bailey, of or nr. Bucks., before 1800 ; 1005. 
Bailey (see Pt. 3). 
Bailey (see Pt. 3 under Elliot). 
Bailleul, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Baillie, Celbridge, co. Dublin, and Kilbride, 

co. Carlow, abt. 1700 ; 57. 
Baillie, Dochfour, Dunain and Lamington ; 

58. 
Baillie, Inverness-shire, 1680 ; 59. 
Baily (see Pt. 3). 
Bain, Glasgow, 1750-1800 ; 61. 
Bainbridge (see Pt. 3 under Weldon). 
Baird, Ireland, before 1750 ; 562. 
Baird (see Pt. 3). 
Baker, any ; 62. 
Baker ; 63. 

Baker, Cleveland, N.E. Yorks. ; 64. 
Baker, Herts., 18th Cent. ; 65. 
Baker, any ; 125. 

Baker, Eastern Counties, Hackney ; 333. 
Baker, origin Forest of Dean ; 557. 
tBaker ; 675. 

Baker, Swallowfield, Berks., 17th Cent. ; 1082. 
Baker, York, before 1750 ; 1241. 



Baker, 1500-1625 ; 1301. 

Baker, Norf. ; 1323. 

Baker (see Pt. 3). 

Balchin, Surrey, 1600-1800 ; 828. 

Baldwin, Missenden Abbey, Backs, (and see 

Pt. 3) ; 67. 
Baldwin, Corolanty, King's Co. ; 1098. 
Baley, (? Staffs.) ; 785. 
Ball, any ; 69. 
Ball, Chesh., Derbys., Staffs., before 1800 ; 

117. 
*Ball; 675. 
Balloch, any ; 211. 
Ballot, Champagne. France, 17th Cent. ; 

South Africa, 19th Cent. ; 225. 
Baltinglass, Viscounts (see Roper). 
fBAMBRiCK (Bamrridge), Apeley, Cumb. ; 

(and see Pt. 3 under Weldon) ; 1316. 
Bancroft, nr. Manchester, 1720 ; 70. 
Bancroft ; 830. 
Bankes (see Pt. 3). 
Banks ; 787. 
Bannatyne, Karnes, Kerrylamont and Kellie ; 

Bute and Renfrewshire ; 802. 
Bannerman, principally Scotland ; 72. 
Barber, Ashmore, Dorset ; Duffield and Belper, 

Derbys. ; Suff. (family of Lord Mayor, 

1733) ; 75. 
Barber, Staffs., Warws., Dorsets. ; 111. 
Barber (see Pt. 3). 
Barbour, Scotch via Ireland ; 377. 
Barclay, Scotland, before 1800 ; 96. 
Barclay, Perthshire, Aberdeenshire, Kincar- 
dine ; 909. 
Bard (see Byrd). 

Barker, Concord, Mass.. U.S.A., 1645 ; 77. 
Barker (Quakers), Long Island, U.S.A. ; 803. 
Barker, Sonning, Berks., and Chiswick, Middx., 

1500-1700 ; 1366. 
Barlow, Midland Counties, before 1700 ; 78. 
Barnaby, any, about 1600 ; 393. 
Barnard (Bernard), Northants., Cambs., 

Hunts., Norf., Lines. ; 79. 
Barnes, Longton ; 917. 
Barnes, Cumb., before 1650 ; 1122. 
Barnes, Norf. ; 1323. 
Barnesley, Worcs., 1500-1700 ; 626. 
Barnett, Jamaica, early 18th Cent. ; 743. 
Barnfield, Edgmond, Newport, Salop, Lords 

of the Manor at early period ; 80. 
Barnhart, America, since 1710 ; 81. 
Barns, Farington, Lanes., 18th Cent. ; 1138. 
Barrett, Cornw., Jamaica, Durham, 17th 

Cent. ; 692. 



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THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Barrett, Kent and Essex ; 760. 

Barrett (see Pt. 3). 

Barrier, France, before 1800 ; 1262. 

Barrington, Staffs., Northants., Essex, from 

1300 ; 519. 
Barrington ; 830. 
|Barron ; 1009. 
Barron (see Pt. 3). 
Barrow (Berrow), Awre, Gloucs., 17th Cent. ; 

331. 
Barry, Skenfrith, Monm. ; 1196. 
Bartellot, Stopham, Sussex, before 1700 ; 278. 
Bartelot (Bartlet), Earnley, Sussex ; Conock 

and Cannings, Wilts. ; 83. 
Bartleet, VVorcs. ; 84. 
Bartlet (see Bartelot). 
Bartoll, Crewkerne, Somerset : 71. 
Barton, Derbys., iSth Cent. ; 300. 
♦Barton, Northampton and Hants. ; 1168. 
Barton- Parkinson, Preston, iSth Cent. ; 635. 
Baseley (or Basely), Leics. or Northants., 

before 1750 ; 95. 
Bass, America ; 1147. 

Bassett, Gloucs. and Walton Cardiff ; 404. 
IBastard, Devon, abt. 1600 (and see Pt. 3) ; 85. 
Basye, America, since French Huguenot 

expulsion ; 86. 
Batchelor, Kent, before 1750 ; 1343. 
Bate, Derbyshire, ; 1109. 
Bates, Northumb. ; 88. 

Bates, Halliwell and Prudhoe, Northumb., 759. 
Bathurst, Lechdale ; 270. 
Batson, Wilts., London, &c. ; 89. 
fBATTY, Ballyhealy, from 1690 ; 886. 
Baty (Batye), before 1500, Forest of Englefield, 

&c. ; 913. 
Baud (Bawde), Herts., Essex, Kent, Beds. ; 

876. 
Baugh, Clungunford, Salop, 1650- 1700 ; 821. 
Bawde (see Baud). 
Bawdwen, Lothersdale ; 1083. 
Bax, Surrey, Kent, Sussex ; 90. 
Bax, Surrey before 1650 ; 930. 
Baxter, Hascomb, Surrey, before 1750 ; 91. 
fBAXTER, Boggs, Scotland ; 230. 
Baxter (see Pt. 3). 
Bayldon (see Baildon). 
Bayley, Somersets., 1650- 1750 ; 36. 
tBaylis, England, before 1735 ; 649. 
Bayly, Hingham, Norf., 17th Cent. ; 393. 
tBaynard, Lackham, Wilts., before 1550 ; 851. 
Beach ; 132. 

Beal, Hingham, Norf., before 1638 ; 1226. 
Beale, Kent, Gloucs. ; 298. 



Beall, Fifeshire, abt. 1624 ; 307. 

Beard (see Pt. 3). 

Beardsworth, Longton, Lanes., 1600-1800 . 

1139. 
Beattie, Scotland, before 1800 ; 96. 
Beauchamp, any, especially Somerset ; 437. 
Beaumont ; 832. 
Beaumont (see Pt. 3). 
Beazlie, Wapping, Stepney, Surrey, before 

1706 ; 416. 
fBECCONSALL, Becconsall, Lanes., 1500 ; 1079. 
Beck, Huguenot, 1G85, Sancerre ; 693. 
Beck, England ; 922. 
Beckenbach, Koenernheim, Germany, before 

1800; 584. 
Beckwith, Eastern Counties, before 1650 ; 93. 
Beddoe (Beddoes), Salop, before 1800 ; 99. 
Bedford, Hull, Thornhill, Dewsbury, Roth- 
well, Middleton (Leeds), and Leeds, 1250 

onwards ; 100. 
Bedford, Worcs. ; 1337. 
Beeching, Kent and East Sussex : 789. 
Beeson, Rearsby, Leics., since 1667 ; 56. 
Bell, Essex, after 1558; 104. 
tBELL, Gloucs. (see Essex, Visitations, 155S, 

1612); 104. 
Bell, Cumb., 17th Cent. ; 105. 
Bell, London, 18th Cent. ; 258. 
Bell, Cockermouth, before 1700 ; 267. 
Bell, Eastern shore of Va., U.S.A., since 1640 ; 

813. 
Bellart, Aix-la-Chapelle, before 1625 ; 1259. 
Bellenden, Orkneys ; 1188. 
Belle w, Louth, before 1600 ; 106. 
Bellingham, Westmorland and Northumb.. 

before 1800 ; 872. 
Benbow, any ; 108. 
Bence, Thorington, Suff. ; 898. 
Benelandes, Norf., Yorks., 1200- 1500 ; 93. 
Benest, any ; 122. 

Bentfold, London, or Rochester, Kent ; 585. 
Benjamin ; 63. 
Benlows, abt. 1600 ; 7. 
Benn, Cumb. ; 1168. 

Bennett, Chesh., Flints., and Dublin : 111. 
Bennett, Rhode Island, before abt. 17S0 : 294. 
Bennett (or any variant), Chesh. or Wilts. : 

585. 
Bennett, Limerick ; 1325. 
Bennett (see Pt. 3). 

Benning, Willesden, Tottenham, Cambs. ; 393. 
Bennton, any of this spellinq ; 121. 
Bennoch, Wigtonshire ; 796. 
tBENSON, Bedale, Yorks. ; 113. 



40 



Bensted— Blood 



PART II. 



Bensted, Bennington, Herts., and Kent (and 

see Pt. 3) ; 114. 
Bent, America ; 115. 
Bentinck, English branch ; 1258. 
Bentinck, 19th Cent., Dutch branch in Eng- 
land ; 1266. 
Beresford, any, before 1800 ; 117. 
Beresford, Beresford, Alstonfield, Ashbourne ; 

118. 
♦Beresford, from 1087, Staffs, and Derbys. ; 

843. 
Beresford (see Berisford and Berresford). 
Berisford (Beresford), Chigwell, Essex, after 

1637; 116. 
Berkeley, St. Kitts and Nevis, W.I., about 

1731 ; 191. 
Bernard, Kerry, before 1785 ; 120. 
Bernard (see Barnard). 
Bernau, any ; 122. 
tBERNHARD (Bernhardt), Germany, before 

1750; 81. 
Berresford (Beresford), London, before 1736; 

116. 
Berrow (see Barrow). 
Berry, Somerset or Dorset, before 1710 ; 123. 
tBERRY, Coventry, &c. ; 226. 
•J-Berry, 16th Cent. ; 551. 
tBERRY, Glasgow, 16th Cent. ; 1378. 
Bertrand, Montpellier, Geneva, and Dominica, 

before 1620 ; 259. 
tBESCH, Stolp, Pommerania ; 122. 
Best, Midland Counties ; 125. 
Best, Worcs. and Perry Bar Hall, Staffs. ; 777. 
Bethel, Rise, E. R. Yorks., before 1800 ; 975. 
Bethune, any ; 125. 
Betts, Washbrook, Ipswich, 1710 ; 126. 
Betts, Bucks., Northants. ; 1061. 
Bevile, Staffs., Chesh. ; before 1400 ; 1035. 
*Be\vley, Cumb. and Westmorland ; 127. 
Bickerton, Chesh., Salop. ; 995. 
Biddulph, Morton, Staffs. ; 1037. 
Biddulph, North Staffs. ; before 1500 ; 1313. 
Biddulph (see Greenway). 
Biden, any ; 129. 
Bigelow (Baguley), English settlers, so named, 

1620- 1650, in New England ; 604. 
Bigg ; 132. 
Biggs, Worcs. ; 131. 
Biggs, England ; 922. 
Billixgsley, Salop and Dublin after 1650 ; 

743. 
Bixdloss, 1579; 134. 

Birch, Lanes., 1600, also Staffs., Bucks., London, 
135. 



Birchenhough (see Pt. 3). 

Birchensty (see Birsty). 

tBiRD, probably Ireland, abt. 1800 ; 1379. 

Bird (see Byrd). 

Birsty (Birchensty), Heaver, Kent ; Sussex ; 

1362. 
Bishop, Lincoln, 17th Cent., 1272. 
Bishop(p), Parham, Sussex ; 1780- 1825 ; 868. 
Bishopp, Baronets ; Parham Park, Petworth, 

Sussex, after 1778 ; 869. 
Biss (or Bisse), Somerset ; 437. 
Bisse, Somerset before 1700 ; 1337. 
Bissell, Somersets., Hunts., before 1640 ; 136. 
tBissELL, Warws., before 1800 ; 1230. 
Bisset, Banff ; and Ardlaw, Aberdeenshire ; 

274. 
Bitton, Norf., Suff. ; 1600- 1800 ; 693. 
Blatchford ; 132. 
IBlack, Norwich, 18th Cent. ; 415. 
Black (Blacker), Ireland, 1680- 1830 ; 479. 
Blackall, any ; 284. 
Blackall, London, 1690- 1790 ; 998. 
fBLACKBURN, Ripon, before 1735 ; 649. 
Blackett, Durham, after 1600 ; 138. 
Blackett, Weardale, co. Durham, early ; 439. 
Blackhurst, Preston, 1708 ; 917. 
Blackman, South England, especially Sussex 

and London ; 89. 
Blackmore, Sheldon, Devon, before 1724 ; 885. 
Blackstone ; 132. 
Blades (or Blaydes), Swaledale, Wensleydale, 

and E. Riding ; 949. 
Blair, Carse of Gowrie, Perthshire, 1500- 1650 ; 

140. 
Blair, London, Lucan, Chapelizod. Palmers- 
town, co. Dublin, 19th Cent. ; 1331. 
Blake, any, especially Surrey and Kent ; 284. 
Blake, Walcombe, Dorset, before 1715 ; 490. 
Blake (see Pt. 3). 

Blakiston, Durham, 17th Cent. ; 162. 
Blayney. Gregynog, Montgom. ; 1037. 
IBleek, Warminster, before 1630 ; 664. 
Bleker ; 622. 
Blenman (see Pt. 3). 

Blennerhassett, Cumb. and Kerry ; 386. . 
Bligh, Devon, Cornw. ; 971. 
Blin, France ; 144. 

Bliss, Market Harborough, before 1700 ; 91. 
Block, Ireland; 1184. 
Blocker, Somersets, and Borders of Gloucs., 

18th Cent. ; 145. 
Blondel, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Blood, any ; 1006. 
Blood (see Pt. 3 under Weldon). 



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THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Bloom, Warws. ; 146. 

Blossom (see Pt. 3). 

Blount (Blunt), Worcs. and Bristol, 1570- 

1650 ; 1014. 
Blow, Virginia, early ; 308. 
Blumer ; 147. 
Blundell, Lanes. ; 366. 
Blundell, Liverpool, Parr, Standish ; 778. 
Blunden, Kilmacoliver House, nr. Piltown, co. 
Kilkenny, Ellenmount, Piltown and Bally- 
duggan, nr. Callan ; 532. 
Blunt, Bart., London and Essex, 17th Cent. ; 

148 and 149. 
Blunt (see Blount). 
Blyth, Yorks. ; 971. 
Blythe, Derbys., 1500-1700 ; 1137. 
Boardman, Lanes. ; 1233. 
Boase (see Boyce). 
Bockett, Yorks., Som., Home and Eastern 

Counties, Quaker period ; 150. 
Bodaly, Northants. and Herts. ; 789. 
Boddington, Northants. ; 789. 
Boden, temp. Geo. I. ; 914. 
Bodge, Kittery, Maine, New England, 1677 ; 

152. 
Bodilly, Northants. and Herts. ; 789. 
Bodkin, co. Galway, 18th Cent. ; 679. 
Boghurst, Kent ; 612. 
Bogle, West of Scotland ; 202. 
Boice (Buijs, Buys, Dutch, from De Buys, 

French), in U.S.A., 1648 ; 1096. 
Boit, Huguenot ; Spitalfields ; Normandy ; 

1650-1850 ; 34. 
Boles (Bowles), co. Cork ; 550. 
Bolton, Lanes. ; 796. 
Bolton (see Pt. 3 under Weldon). 
Bonamy, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Bond, St. Edmund's Bury, after 1700 ; 491. 
Bond, Glo'ster and Somerset, 18th Cent. ; 

1337. 
Bone ; 147. 
Boosie (see Boss). 

Booth, early settlement of New Engl. ; 154. 
Booth, Chesh. ; 519. 
Booth ; 787. 

Booth, Derbyshire and Notts. ; 1294. 
Booth (see Pt. 3). 
Boquet (see Pt. 3 under Clement). 
Borden, Portsmouth, R.I., 1660-10,05 ; 1041. 
Borrendamme (Van Borrendam,Van Borren- 

damme), Zierikzel, 1600-1800 ; 730. 
Bosanquet ; 157. 

Bosanquet, France (Gard Herault), 1400-1700'; 
England, 1685-1906 ; 156. 



Boss (De Boys, Bowse y, &c), Walkerton, 
Leslie ; Dysart, &c, Fifesh'ire, or any 
descended from them. Early cadets take 
name Boosie, others Boswf.ll ; 158. 
Bostock, Bostock, Cheshire ; 1052. 

■fBosTON, before 1700 ; 961. 

Boswell, Irish and Canadian ; 794. 

Boswell (see Boss). 

Bosworth, any ; 159. 

fBoswoRTH, Conn. ; 686. 

JBosworth, before 1634, England, presumably 
Market Bosworth district ; 280. 

Bosworth (see Pt. 3). 

Botter, Holland (province of Utrecht) ; 1264. 

BoTTERiLL, any, especially E.R. Yorks. ; 250. 

Boucher, Devon, before 1780 ; 580. 

Bouchier (Bourchier, &c), Dorset, 17th Cent. ; 
596. 

Boulter, Worcs., Oxfords., London ; 160. 

Boulton, Leatherhead, Surrey, before 1750 ; 
490. 

Boulton, Leatherhead ; 980. 

fBouRNE, Northumb. ; 391. 

Bourne, Brighton, before 1750 ; 1122. 

Bourne (see Pt. 3). 

Boutflower, Northumb. ; 162. 

Bouverie, York, before 1800 ; 1223. 

Bouverie (see Pt. 3, under Boverick). 

Boverick (see Pt. 3). 

Bowen, nr. Swansea, Wales ; 1020. 

Bower, any ; 284. 

Bowers (see Pt. 3). 

Bowier (Bowyer), Scotland to Holland, abt. 
1600 ; 1266. 

Bowler ; 969. 

Bowles, Kent, 1500-1650 ; 164. 

Bowles, New England, 1636, and Virginia, 
161 2-1640 ; 461. 

Bowles (see Boles). 

Bowmaker, co. Durham, abt. 1700-1780 ; 684. 

Bowman, Alstonheld ; 118. 

Bowness, Cumb. and Sunderland, abt. 1760 ; 
165. 

Bowsey (see Boss). 

Bowyer, Surrey and Sussex ; 166. 

Bowyer, North Staffs., before 1500 ; 1313. 

Box, Huguenot ; Spitalfields ; Normandy ; 
1650-1850 ; 34. 

Boxer (? originally from Dover) ; 855. 
Boyce (Boy-se, -es, -is, -s), any, but especially 
Ireland for 17th and 18th Centuries ; 167. 
•fBoYD, Porlincross, Scotland ; 230. 
Boyd, Madras, 1795-1810 ; 393. 
Boyd (see Pt. 3). 



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Boyle — Browne 



PART II. 



Boyle, Kelburne, Ayrshire ; 168. 

Boyle, Ballochmartin, Bute ; 802. 

BOYS, East Kent ; 1054. 

Bkabant, iSth Cent. ; 839. 

Brabazon, Ireland ; 516. 

Bracken, England, before 1700 ; 170. 

tBRACKENBURY, Lincoln and Durham ; 169. 

Brackenbury, Lines, and Durham ; 176. 

Bradbrook (see Brabrooke). 

Bradbury ; 1363. 

Bradfield, Norf. ; 1323. 

Bradford ; 147. 

Bradford, Oxfords., 18th Cent. ; 1184. 

Bradney, Yorks., Som., Home and Eastern 

Counties, Quaker period ; 150. 
Bradshaw, Oxfordshire ; 284. 
tBRAiNERD (Brainard, supposed to have been 

Brainwood) ; 173. 
Brainerd (see Pt. 3). 
Brakenridge ; 147. 
Bramble, Dorset, Hants, and East of England, 

before 1550 ; 175. 
Bramhall (see Bramwell). 
Bramstead, Cambridge, 17th Cent. ; 1093. 
Bramston ; 132. 
Bramwell, Yorks., Som., Home and Eastern 

Counties, Quaker period ; 150. 
Bramwell (or Bramhall), Cheshire and neigh- 
bouring counties, before 1600 ; 176. 
Brand (see Pt. 3). 

Brandram, Derbys., Staffs., Chesh. ; 1337. 
fBRANDRETH, Shenstone Hall and Weeford Hall, 

Staffs. ; before 1608 ; 395. 
Brandreth, Chesh., Lanes. ; 1229. 
Brandreth, Derbys., Staffs., Chesh. ; 1337. 
Branwell, Penzance, before 1750 ; 849. 
IBrassey, Chester ; 230. 
Brassington, Staffs, and Derbvs., before 1800 ; 

177. 
Braunschweig-Lueneburg, Herzoge zu ; 561. 
Brawn, any ; 62. 

Bray, Fyfield, Oxford, since 1620 ; 931. 
Bray (see Pt. 3). 
Braybrooke (Bradbrook, &c), Norf. and 

Suffolk, 1600-1800 ; 172. 
Brayshaw, W. R. Yorks., before 1750 ; 178. 
Breading, Londonderry, before 1725 ; 136. 
Bremridge, Devon and London ; 186. 
Brereton, Bexley Heath, Kent ; 696. 
Brereton, Rathurles, co. Tipp. ; 1098. 
Brereton (see Pt. 3). 
tBREREwooD, Chester, 1720 ; 1079. 
Brett, Hereford, 18th Cent. ; 42. 
Brettingham, Norf. and Sufi. ; 501. 



Brewer, Kent (Mereworth, Farleigh, &c.) ; 587. 
fBREWSTER, Beccles, Suff., before 1700 ; 226. 
Brian de Brampton Brian, Herefords., before 

1310 ; 336. 
Briant, Berks., Oxfords., 1700-1900 ; 1035. 
Brickwood, Guildford, Leicester, Northampton, 

Ugborough, Devon ; 181. 
Bridge, Lanes. ; 182. 
IBridger, Lyss, Hants., before 1653 ; 968. 
Briggs, Guiseley, Yorks., 1700 ; 185. 
Briggs (Brigg, Brygges, De Ponte, Atte- 

brygge), Norf. and Westmorland, before 

1600 ; 186. 
Brightley (see Fitzwarren). 
Brimacombe (Brimicomb), any ; 761. 
Brinnicomb, any ; 761. 
Briscoe (see Pt. 3). 
fBRiSTOW ; 409. 
Brittain, Dublin, 1750 ; 698. 
Broadley, Bingley and W. R. Yorks. ; 553. 
Brocas, after 1685 (Revoc. of Edict of Nantes) ; 

281. 
Brock, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Brockway, U.S.A. ; 1334. 
Brodbelt (see Pt. 3). 

tBRODiE, North of Scotland; 15S0-1743 ; 749. 
Brodnax, Kent, 17th Cent. ; 190. 
Brogden (see Pt. 3, under Eastham). 
Bromley, Warws., Worcs., Durham ; 192. 
Broom, Dorset, Newfoundland ; 89. 
Brooke, Capel St. Mary, Suff., before 1760 ; 

194. 
Brooke, Yorks. ; 302. 
Brooke, Caterham, Surrey (from Salop), 17th 

Cent. ; 656. 
Brooke, Madeley, Salop, since 1620 ; 931. 
Brooke, Maidstone, Kent ; 1335. 
Brooke (see Pt. 3). 

Brookes, Somerset, M'sex.,&c. ; 1200-1900 ; 645. 
Brooks, New Jersey, 1676-1756 ; 972. 
Brooks (see Pt. 3). 
Broughton, before 1800 ; 9. 
Broughton, Staffs. ; London, Exeter and 

Devon, 18th Cent. ; 195. 
Broun, Scotland, before 1050 ; 567. 
Brown, Fenstanton, Hunts. ; 898. 
Brown, Pencaitland, Salop, London ; 1061. 
Brown, Lothersdale ; 1083. 
Browne, London, 1800 ; 148 and 149. 
Browne (Brown), of Huguenot extraction ; 

before 1703 and to 1729, Spitalnelds, Ber- 

mondsey or Norwich ; 196. 
fBROWNE, Ireland ; Ventry, co. Kerry, before 

1750 ; 448. 



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THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Browne, Derby, 18th Cent. ; 1211. 

Brqwnell, Coventry, later Chesh. ; 1182. 

Brownen, West of Engl., 1500-1700 ; 198. 

Browning, West of Engl., 1500-1700 ; 198. 

Brownrigg, Cumb., before 1689 ; 902. 

♦Brownrigg, Ireland and Cumb. ; 1168. 

tBROWNS, Carsluith and Trinidad ; 551. 

Brownson, Porwick, nr. Ashbourne, Derbys., 
after 1560, especially 1560-1660 ; 199. 

Bruce ; 289. 

tBRUGEs, Berks., before 1550 ; 851. 

Brumsted, Cambridge, 17th Cent. ; 1093. 

Brunt, Northumb. ; 1139. 

Brushfield, Derbyshire ; 200. 

Bryan, Kilkenny, before 156S ; 106. 

Bryant, Suff., 17th Cent. ; 201. 

Brydges, Herefords., about 1700 ; 510. 

Brygges (see Briggs). 

Buchanan, any ; 202. 

Buckland, Wraysbury, Bucks. ; 1088. 

Buckley, Ireland ; 1168. 

Buckmaster (Buckminster), Bucks., Lines. ; 
203. 

Bucknall, Newcastle, Staffs. ; 1037. 

Bucktrout, Yorks. ; 971. 

Buffum, before 1634 ; 204. 

Buijs (see Boice). 

Bulkeley, Staffs, and co. Louth ; 734. 

Bull, Irthlingborough and Newport Pagnell ; 
206. 

Bullen, East Anglia and Lines. ; 209. 

Bulley, So. Devon and Cornwall ; 343. 

Bulloch, any ; 211. 

Bulloch (see Pt. 3). 

Bullock, Arborfield, &c, Berks., 1100-1700 ; 
Essex, from 1600 ; Derbys., Salop, Here- 
fords., Lanes., Northumb., Sec. : 212. 

Bullock, Herefords., 1600-1800 ; 1019. 

Bulmer, Yorks. ; 1251. 

Bulteel, Flete, Devon ; 898. 

Bunbury, co. Tipperary ; 939. 

Bund. Worcs., Woking, 1600-1800 ; 213. 

Bunker (or Boncoeur), Topsfield, 17th Cent. ; 
1140. 

Bunnell, North Staffs., 17th Cent. ; 726. 

Bunnell, England, before 1700 : 1123. 

Bunting, Ashover, Derbys. ; 214. 

Burcher (see Pt. 3). 

Burd (see Byrd). 

Burdakin, Boston, Mass., U.S.A., 1785 ; 77. 

Burges (or Burgess). East Sussex, any ; 1006. 

Burgess, Eastham, Mass., 1742 ; 633. 

Burke, Tvaquin, co. Galwav ; 218. 

Burke (see Pt. 3). 



Burn, Coldoch, Perths., 1600-1800 ; 222. 

tBuRN, Northumb. ; 391. 

Burn, Kendal, 18th Cent. ; 984. 

Burnett, Ovington, Northumb., before 1700 ; 
219. 

Burney, Barborne Lodge, Worcester, Jas. II. , 
221. 

Burney (see Macburney). 

Burnham, America, from 1635 ; 26. 

*Burnham, America ; 296. 

fBuRNLEY, America ; 551. 

Burr (? London), 16G0 ; 373. 

Burrell, Medlow, Hunts. ; 7. 

Burroughs (Burrows), Wilton, Chesh. ; 373. 

Burrows ; 1179. 

Burt, Deanprior, Engl., 1619 ; 277. 

Burt, Leeward Islands, any ; 1006. 

Burton, Teignmouth and Newton Abbott dis- 
tricts, Devon, before 1840 ; 38. 

Burtt, Lines., Yorks. ; 1086. 

♦Busfeild, Yorks. (starting 1613 inLeeds) ; 843. 

Bushby, W. Sussex, before 1800 ; 982. 

Bushnell, Guilford and Saybrook, Conn. : 686. 

Bustard, Oxon., 16th Cent. : 148 and 149. 

Butcher, Oxfords., 1675 ; 373. 

Butler, England to America, 1630-1632 ; 1216. 

Butt (see Pt. 3). 

BUTTERFIELD, 160O-164O ; 224. 

Butterfield, Norf. ; 417. 

Buttervant, Norf. ; 417. 

Butts, Norf. ; 230. 

Buys (see Boice). 

Byrd (Bird, Burd, Bard, Sec), Essex and 

Northants., before 1600 : 537. 
Byrn (Byrne), any, especially Surrey and 

Kent; 284. 
fBYRNE (O'Byrne), co. Wicklow, 1700-1720 ; 

818. 
Byrne, Ballvnakennv, co. Roscommon ; before 

1820; 1049. 
Cabilliau ; 1338. 

tCADDAN, Ireland, early 18th Cent. ; 257. 
Cade, Derbvshire (Scarsdale Hund. before 

1750); 227. 
Cade, Derbys., 1500-1700 ; 1137. 
Cadle, Gloucs. and Glamorgan?. : 228. 
-{■Cadogan (Earl since 1716) ; 133. 
Cady (see Pt. 3). 
Cahoone, Scotland to America, before 1600 : 

944. 
Caine. Whitechapel. 17th Cent. ; 353. 
Caldow ; 787. 
Caley, Suff. and Eastern Counties, beU:*' 

1800; 711. 



44 



Callard— Chaloner 



PART II. 



C\llard, "Callard" nr. Barrington, Devon, 

1700-1800 ; 229. 
Cvllard; 1053. 

Callaway, Virginia, before 1750 ; 253. 
Calvert, Craven, Yorks. ; 588. 
Calvert, Walton, Cumb. ; 1082. 
•Cameron, Worcester ; 230. 
Cameron, Glen Nevis, Inverness-shire, 1500- 

1900; 231. 
Cameron, co. Durham, 18th Cent. ; 232. 
Cameron, Worcester ; 386. 
Campbell, Glenure, Barcaldine ; 58. 
Campbell, Islay, N.B., 1600-1700 ; 140. 
Campbell, Perthshire ; 202. 
Campbell, co. Perth. (Murthlie, Edramuckie, 

Easter Shian, Garrows) ; 235. 
Campbell, Dublin, 1700-1900 ; 249. 
Campbell (Glenochy and Cadets), Argyll and 

Perth shires ; 274. 
Campbell, co. Antrim (Belfast), before 1770 ; 

from Scotland ; 350. 
Campbell (Campble), co. Tyrone, before 

1770 ; from Scotland ; 350. 
Campbell, Torrich ; 358. 

tCAMPBELL, Mass., U.S.A., before i6q4 ; 715. 
Campbell, Auchinbrecth, Kilmorie, Kildnock- 

land, Ballinaby, Ballcole, Islay, Castle 

Swayn ; 793. 
Campbell, Lix, Perthshire ; 1199. 
Campbell (see Pt. 3). 
Campion, N. Jersey, U.S.A., and England, 

1600-1S00 ; 236. 
Cann, Devon, Somerset, Norf. ; 673. 
Cant, any ; 1105. 
Cantine (Qcantin), West Coast of France 

(Royan, La Rochelle, &c), 17th Cent. ; 

710. 
Canton, Gloucs. ; 312. 
Capen, before 1630 ; 237. 
Cardell (Cardoll). Cornw., Bucks., Essex ; 

before 1700 ; 233. 
tCAREw, before 1600 ; 239. 
Carew, Carew Castle, Pembroke, 17th Cent. ; 

393. 
•Carew ; 531. 
Carew, co. Cork : 791. 
Carew (see Pt. 3). 

Carey, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Carey, co. Donegal and Londonderry, 1650- 

1750 ; 1379. 
Carleton ; 132. 

Karleton, Fazakerlev, Lanes., 1550 ; 1079. 
Carlisle. Cumb. ; 1168. 
Carman, Midhurst, Sussex, before 1700 ; 575. 



Carmichael ; 241. 

Carnachan, Stranraer, before 1800 ; 980. 

Carpenter, Horsham, Sussex, abt. 1650 ; 775. 

Carr, any ; 62. 

Carr, Northumb., Durham, Yorks., Northants., 

Norf., 1 350- 1550 ; 242. 
Carr, Northumb., 16th Cent, onwards ; 243. 
Carr, Ford Castle, Northumb. ; 777. 
Carruthers, Dormont ; 1134. 
Carsan, Galloway, N.B., from 1200 ; 343. 
Carson, Galloway, N.B., from 1200, 343. 
Cart (Kehrt), Bavaria, before 1750 ; 659. 
Carte (see Pt. 3). 
Carter, Kidlington, Oxfordsh., and Greenwich, 

Kent ; 90. 
Carter, Theakstone Hall, Bedale, Yorks. ; 246. 
Carter, Essex, especially Colchester ; 247. 
Carter, W. Riding Yorks., 1500-1900 ; 243. 
Carter, London and Westminster ; 248. 
Carter, N.R. Yorks., 1700-1900 ; 249. 
Carter, England; 1308. 
Carter (see Pt. 3). 
Carthew, Carthew, St. Issey, Cornw., 1570- 

1630 ; 932. 
Carwardine, Herefords., 17th Cent. ; 1019. 
Cary, since 1198 ; 251. 
Cary, Dorset. Somerset, Devon ; 379. 
*Cary, London; 531. 
*Cary ; 675. 

Case, North America ; 252. 
Cass, England to America, about 1640 ; 254. 
Cassie, Banff ; 274. 
Cassie, Aberdeen, before 1600 ; 1153. 
ICassilly ; 1195. 
Castell, Raveningham and Norwich ; after 

1680; 362. 
Castle, Manor of Wakefield, Yorks., before 

1700 ; 255. 
Cat, Norf. ; 1102. 
Cate (Cates), anv ; 1102. 
Catlyn, Wolverston Hall, Suffolk ; 754. 
Cattley, York and St. Petersburg ; 5. 
Caverswall, North Staffs., before 1500 ; 1313. 
Cawood, any; 418. 
Chace, any"; 428. 
Chadderton, any ; 958. 
Chaderton, Lees, Oldham, Lanes., 1500-1700 ; 

1215. 
Chadwell, Wilts., &c., 1400-1640 ; 756. 
Chaigneau, Dublin, Waterford, France, 1000- 

1725; 301. 
Chalmers, Aberdeenshire and Forfarshire ; 909. 
Chalmers, Aberdeen, before 1600 ; 1153. 
Chaloner, Sussex ; 302. 



45 



Chamber layne — Cliffe 

THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



tCHAMBERLAYNE (CHAMBERLYNE, CHAMBER- 

laine), Dublin, East and Westmeath, 
Down, Louth ; 257. 

Chamberlen, Highworth, Reading, Henley-on- 
Thames, 18th Cent. ; 258. 

Chambers, Newcastle, before 1600 ; 259. 

Chambers, co. Wexford. 1650-1750 ; 262. 

Chambers, Cleadon, co. Durham ; 401. 

Champernowne, Modbury, Devon, before 
1600 ; 386. 

■fCHAMPNEYS, Frome, before 1550 ; 851. 

Chancellor, London, from about 1800 ; 
previously North Wootton and Syston, 
Somersets., and Mangotsheld, Gloucs. ; 
264. 

tCHANDLER^, Essex, &c, before 1830 ; 482. 

Channer, b'efore 1700 ; 265. 

Chaplin, Suff., N. Essex, Cambs. ; 774. 

Chapman, Whitby, Yorks., before 1700 ; 267. 

Charles, Herts. ; 789. 

Charlton, Ireland, 1680-1830 ; 479. 

Charman, Midhurst, Sussex, before 1700 ; 575. 

Charnock, South Lanes. ; 3G6. 

Charnock, before 1700 ; 1346. 

-fCHARTRES, The Curragh, Lisnaskea, co. 
Fermanagh, 1700-1825 ; 786. 

Chase, any ; 428. 

Chase, Chesham, Bucks., till 1640 ; and Mass., 
U.S.A. ; 1119. 

Chase (see Pt. 3). 

Chatfield, Sussex, before 1640 ; 268. 

Chattan, The Clan Chattan, Highlands of 
Scotland; 808. 

Chattock, Warws. and Dorset ; 250. 

Chawner, Derby, 18th Cent. ; 1211. 

Cheaney, Naseby, Northants., before 1800 ; 95. 

Cheney, Naseby, Northants., before 1800 ; 95. 

Cheney, Hackney, 1400-1700 ; 168. 

Cheney, co. Kildare, 1700 ; 701. 

CHERIEX, Switzerland ; 728. 

Cherrey, Mobberley, Chesh., 1600-1777 ; else- 
where after 1777; 911. 

Cheselden, Leics., 18th Cent. ; 151. 

Chesney, cos. Tyrone and Antrim. 1641 ; 362. 

Chesney, Packolet, co. Down ; 739. 

■("Chester, any ; 56. 

Chesterfield, Earls of (see Stanhope). 

Chicken (see Pt. 3). 

Child, Amersham, Bucks. ; before 1700 ; 319. 

Khinn ; 675. 

Chinnery, Essex, Suff., co. Cork, since 1641 ; 
1319. 

Chisholme, Roxburghshire ; 898. 

Chitty (see Pt. 3). 



Cherie ; 1061. 

Choice (Choyce, Choyse), any ; 271. 

Cholmeley, London and Middx., 16th Cent 

837. 
Chorley, Somerset ; 312. 
Christian, Isle of Man and Cumb. ; 5. 
♦Christian, I.O.M., 1422-1650 ; Ireland sini • 

1650; 272. 
Christian, Barbados ; 1342. 
Christie, Stirhng, N.B. ; 273. 
Christie, Banff ; 274. 
Christy, after 1500 ; 275. 
Chrystie, Balchrystie, Fife, before 1775 . 

732. 
Churchill, Devizes, Wilts., before 1800 ; 95. 
Ckark (see Pt. 3). 
Clachrie, see McClacherty. 
Clanronald, any in France ; 775. 
Clapham, 1586-1725 ; 276. 
Clare, Holies, Earl of ; 542. 
-{Glare, Leixlip, co. Kildare, end 18th Cent. : 

550. 
Clare, Worcs., 1600-1650 ; 1014. 
Clarico, Virginia, 1780 ; 308. 
IClaridge, London ; 619. 
Clark, New York, before 1775 ; 279. 
Clark, Bennington, Vt., U.S.A. ; 803. 
Clarke (see Pt. 3). 
Clarkson, Yorks. and Notts., abt. 1700-1760 . 

704. 
fCLAW (? Portsmouth, Hants.), about 1800 . 

968. 
Clawson, co. Down, 18th Cent. ; 1302. 
Clay, Salop, before 1700 ; 281. 
Clay, Bradford and Halifax, Yorks., 1600- 

1760 ; 282. 
Clay, Bridgehouses, Hallamshire, until 17-O ; 

802. 
Claypoole (Cleypole, Claypole), Northants . 

and vicinity, after 1500 ; 283. 
Clayton, any ; 284. 
Clayton, Yorks., Cambridge, Wood Ditton nr. 

Newmarket, before 1680 ; 285. 
jClayton, Fulwood, Lanes., 1600 ; 1079. 
Clegg, Rochdale district, before 1600 ; 286. 
Clegg, Manchester ; 1351. 
Clement (see Pt. 3). 
Clements (or Clement), Cardigan, Kent 

Somerset and Dorset ; before 1060 ; 287. 
Clenmoe, Cornwall, 17th Cent. ; 353. 
Clerk, Penilink, Scotland, before 1500 ; 567. 
Clerke (see Pt. 3). 
Cleypole (see Claypoole). 
Cliffe, Ireland, Bellevue, co. Wexford ; 472. 



46 



Clifford — Coppard 



PART II. 



Clifford (see Pt. 3). 

Clough, Liverpool, 18th Cent. ; 690. 

Cloyd. Londonderry, 1689- 1750 ; America, 

18th Cent. ; 291. 
Cluet, London and Fulham, 17th Cent. ; 814. 
Clulow, Leek, Staffs. ; 1217. 
Coate, Somerset, before 1700 ; 928. 
Coates, Oxford, Pa., U.S.A. ; 2S2. 
Coatsworth, Newcastle and Durham, 1600- 

1800; 244. 
Coatsworth, Yorks. ; 634. 
Cobham, Cobham, Kent, 1300-1500 ; 1293. 
Cobleigh, Brightley, Chittlehampton, Devon, 

before 1450 ; 932. 
Cockburn, any ; 293. 
Codon (see Cuddon). 
Codun (see Cuddon). 
Coffee, Ireland, before 1760 ; 659. 
Coffin, Brixton, before 1650 ; 278. 
Coffin, Devon, 1600-1800 ; 501. 
Coffin or Coffyn (see Pt. 3). 
Coggeshall, England, before 1632, then 

America ; 295. 
Coghill, Caithness ; 793. 
fCoGSWELL, Conn. ; 686. 
Coke (Cooke), Tregasson, St. Erme, Cornw., 

1630-1665 ; 932. 
Coker, London, 1800 ; 1315. 
Colborne (Lord Seaton) ; 516. 
*Cole, America ; 296. 
Cole, Salem, Mass., 1636 ; 297. 
Cole, Gloucs., 17th Cent. ; 482. 
fCoLE, old Am. colonial names, New England ; 

485. 
.Coleman, Rathory, co. Louth, before 1750 ; 921. 
Coleman, Kent ; 1054. 

Colepeper, Kent and Exton, Rutland ; 417. 
Colepeper, Hollingbourne, Kent ; 931. 
Coleraine, Lords (see Pt. 3 under Hanger.) 
Coles, any ; 1172. 

Collett, Staffs., Colwich, 18th Cent. ; 300. 
Colley, any ; 910. 

Collicott, Somersets., early 18th Cent. ; 234. 
Collins, Oxfordshire, before 1640 ; Ireland, 

before 1750 ; 659. 
Collinson, Yorks. ; 983. 
Collis, Kerrv, before 1700 ; 822. 
tCOLLYER; 1275. 
Collyer (see Pt. 3). 
Colt (see Pt. 3). 
Colvtll (Colville), cos. Antrim, Down, Dublin, 

1600-1725 ; 301. 
Colville ; 147. 
Colvin (Colvil), Stirlingshire, 1700; 148 and 149. 



Colvin ; 657. 

Colynge, Arrington, before 1600 ; 278. 

Comber, Sussex ; 302. 

Combridge, Penshurst district, Kent ; 1362. 

Comee (Comey), America ; 115. 

Common, England or Ireland, before 1750 ; 303. 

Comstock ; 304. 

fCoMSTOCK, New England, 1649 ; 1300. 

Comyn (see Pt. 3). 

Comyns (or Cummings), Aberdeenshire, before 

and after Rebellion of 1745 ; 758. 
Condell, any ; 1168. 
Congar, England and America ; 513. 
Congdon, any ; 306. 
Conger (originally Koniger or Koeniger, 

Alsace to Holland and England), England, 

abt. 1667 ; 307. 
Conger, New Jersey, U.S.A., 1660-1750 ; 636. 
Conger, came to Am. before 1660 ; 1216. 
Coningsby, Herefords., &c, ; 336. 
Connell, any ; 284. 
fCONNINGSBY, Norf. ; 230. 
Connor, Castle Connor, Ireland, abt. 1730 ; 

1339. 
Consett, Yorks. ; 160. 
Consitt, Yorks. ; 160. 
Converse (Le Convers), Essex, before 1600 ; 

1024. 
Conyers, Yorks. and Essex ; 65. 
Cook, Staffs., before 1700; 281. 
Cook, Chesh. to Penna., 1714 ; 308. 
Cook, probably Cumb., before 1700 ; 319. 
Cooke, Cranbrook, Kent, before 1741 ; 92. 
fCooKE, cos. Tipp. and Cork, 1570-1700 ; 309. 
Cooke, Cheshire, 1600-1S00; 310. 
Cooke, co. Carlow, 16S8, and earlier in Ireland ; 

311. 
Cooke (see Coke). 
Cooke (see Kock). 
ICooksey, Worcs. ; 230. 
Cookson, Yorks. ; 312. 
Cooper, Barkbv, Leics., since 1600 ; 56. 
Cooper, Capel St. Mary, Suff., before 1750 ; 194. 
Cooper, 1600-1750, Bray and Oxford ; 313. 
Cooper, Great Hassley, Oxfords. ; 313. 
Cooper, Salop; 383. 
Cooper, Sussex, 17th and early 18th Cent. ; 

1249. 
Cooper (see Pt. 3). 
CoOTE, any ; 389. 
Cope, Canons Ashby ; 316. 
Copeman, Norf., &c, before 1800 ; 317. 
Copland, Scotland, before 1800 ; 96. 
Coppard, W. Sussex, before 1800 ; 982. 



47 



Coquerel — Cud worth 

THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Coquerel, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
fCoRBETT, Corbettstown, 16th Cent. ; 257. 
JCorbin, Warwick, 1600 ; Va., U.S.A., 1655 ; 

318. 

Corker (Corcor), London, Chesh., Lanes., 

Lines., 1400-1800 ; 320. 
♦Cornell ; 675. 

Cornewall, Salop and Hereford. 1038. 
Cornish, any ; 284. 

Cornish, S. Devon or Cornw., 16th Cent. ; 415. 
Cornish (see Pt. 3). 
tCoRRY, Mullaghmeen, nr. Ballinamallard, co. 

Fermanagh, 18th Cent. ; 785. 
Corsane, Galloway, N.B., from 1200 ; 343. 
Corsini, Galloway, N.B., from 1200 ; 343. 
Cosens, Botley and Southampton, 1600-1800 ; 

1055. 
Costar, any ; 1132. 
fCosTER, 16th Cent. ; 551. 
Cotesworth (De Cotesford). Northumb., co. 

Durham, Westmorland ; 322. 
Cotesworth, Gateshead, Durham ; 898. 
Cotter, Cork and Somerset, 1650-IQ07 ; 526. 
Cottingham, Ireland, 17th Cent. ; 323. 
Cotton (see Pt. 3). 
Cottrell (Cottrill), Norf., 1500-1700 ; Worcs. 

1700-1800 ; 324. 
Coulton, Leicester ; 785. 
Coupland, Broughton-in-Furness, 1678 ; 917. 
Court ; 969. 

Cowburn, between Berwick and Edinbro', 1640 ; 
between Prestwich. Manchester, and Pendle- 
ton, 1730-1820 ; 326. 
Cowdray, North Staffs., before 1500 ; 1313. 
Cowell, Boston, 1645 ; Wrentham, Mass., 

U.S.A., 1690 ; 327. 
Cowell, Ballvmore Eustace, co. Kildare, 1734 ; 

327. 
Cowen, Carrickfergus, abt. 1800; 61. 
tCowHERD (Coward) ; 536. 
Cox, Chaldron Herring, Dorset ; 330. 
Cox, Somersets., before 1S00 ; 1223. 
Cox (see Pt. 3, under Lissant.) 
Coxhead. Hungerford. iSth Cent. ; 258. 
Coxon, Durham ; 524. 
Coyne, cos. Roscommon and Westmeath ; 

before 1S20 ; 1049. 
Coyne-Nugent, co. Kildare ; before 1820 ; 

1049. 
Coyne y, North Staffs., before 1500 ; 1313. 
Crabtree, Halifax. Yorks., iSth Cent. ; 1232. 
Crafte. England to Boston. Mass.. 1630 ; 723. 
tCranch, Stokenham, before 1740 ; 442. 
Crane, Halesowen ; 177. 



Crane ; 1104. 
Crane ; 1363. 
Crank (Cranke, Grank), Furness and S. Lanes., 

1500-1700 ; 518. 
Crankshaw; 1139. 
Craske, Norf., 18th Cent. ; 618. 
Crass, Durham ; 971. 
Craven, Hull ; 179. 

Craven, Appletreewick. W. R. Yorks. ; 1182. 
Crawford, Ireland, 1680-1830 ; 479. 
Crawford, co. Armagh ; 1082. 
Creasey ; 1275. 

fCREEDY, Devon, before 1450 ; 851. 
Creighton, Dublin, ; 550. 
Cresswell, any ; 334. 
Creswell, 18th Cent. ; 929. 
Cripps, Leics. ; 564. 
Crispin, Engl., before 16S1 ; Pa. or N.J., U.S.A., 

after 1681 ; 662. 
Crispo, England, before 1770 ; 29. 
Critchley, Lanes. ; 1233. 

Croc, Hants., about 1100 ; 340. 

Crocker (? Hants.). 1700-1900 ; 968. 

Crockett, Staffs. ; 230. 

Croft, Herefords., before 1500 ; 336. 

Croft (Croftes), any ; 338. 

Crofton, Ireland, Cumb. or neighbourhood, 
before 1600 ; 337. 

Croiset ; 1338. 

ICromwell ; 675. 

Croockewit, Holland ; 339. 

Crookes, Yorks. ; 496. 

Cropley, England ; New York, 1779 ; Anna- 
polis, N.S., 1783 ; 342. 

Croppenbergh, London, before 1652 ; espe- 
cially merchants ; 1128. 

Croppenbergh (see Pt. 3). 

Cropper, Liverpool ; 50. 

Croset (Crosby), Nancy (burned at the stake), 
Ireland or Scotland ; 350. 

Crossle, Berks. ; 344. 

Crouch, any ; 345. 

Crouchley, Lanes. ; 1233. 

Crowe, any ; 1168. 

Crozier, Yorks. ; 1233. 

fCRUEGER, Stolp. Pommerania; 122. 

Crush, Felsted, Essex. iSth Cent. ; 267. 

fCRYPSE, Thanet. before 1500 ; 851. 

Cubitt, Norf. ; 1094. 

Cudbird, Ncrf. ; 1323. 

Cuddon, anciently Codon or Codun, Suft.. 
from about 1400 ; 1044, 

Cudworth, Lanes., 1200-1700 ; London, iSth 
Cent. ; 1332. 



48 



Cullln— Dearborn 



PART II. 



Cullin, Dublin and Meath ; 1331. 

Cl'LLCM (see Culme). 

Culme (or Cullum), Devon and Ireland, 1550- 

1650; 164. 
Culpeper, Kent ; 612. 

Cumin, Culter, Aberdeenshire, 1450-1750 ; 623. 
•fCuMMiNG, Scotland, 18th Cent. ; 293. 
Cumming, nr. Glasgow, before 1690 ; 494. 
Cummings (see CoMYNS). 

Cummins, any, especially Cork, 18th Cent. ; 347. 
Cunningham, North of Ireland ; 1168. 
Cunningham, South Branch Valley, Va., 1730 ; 

1286. 
Cunvnghame, Lanarkshire ; 202. 
Cupper, Llantysilio, Denbighs., 17th Cent. ; 

914. 
Cupples, any ; 348. 
Curry, Belfast and co. Antrim, before 1770 ; 

from Scotland ; 350. 
Curteis, Kent ; 92. 
Curteys, Lines., 17th Cent. ; 351. 
Curtis, Lines., 17th Cent. ; 351. 
Curtis ; 1363. 
Curtois, Lines., 17th Cent, (and see Pt. 3 under 

Johnson); 351. 
Curwen, Cumb., Westmorland, Lanes. ; 352. 
Cutting ; 1363. 
Dabney (see Pt. 3). 
D'Abzac, France and Ireland ; 337. 
Daccombe (Dackombe, Dacombe), Devon until 

1395, Dorset since 1305 ; 354. 
Dacombe (Dackham, &c), 355. 
Dacre, North Country ; 179. 
Dacres, Leatherhead, Surrey ; 945. 
Dalbiac ; 787. 
D'Albini. Belvoir and Somerset, early pedigree ; 

379. 
fD'ALBiNi, Belvoir, Leics., before 1350 ; 851. 
Dale, any, especially N. R. Yorks. before 1540 ; 

356 
Dale, co. Durham, 1600-1800 ; 357. 
Dale, Yorks. ; 483. 
Dallas, any ; 358. 
Dalmahoy, Dalmahov, Midlothian, 1 200-1800 ; 

359. 
Dalrymple, Stair, Avrshire ; 168. 
Dalrymple ; 360. - 
fD alton (D' Alton), Longford district, Ireland, 

before 18 10 ; 361. 
Dalton, Lines., 1600-1800 ; 393. 
Dalton (see Pt. 3). 
Damant, Noif., Suff., 1 500- 1 700 ; 201. 
Damant, Suff., 1400 ; Eye district to 1900 ; 362. 
Damerie (see D'Aumerie). 



fD'AMORY, Darner, Dorchester, before 1400 ; 367. 

DAMPIER (-PYR, -PIRI, -PER, -PYER. -PEARD, 

-piert, -port, D'Ampierre, and De 

Dampierre), any ; 363. 
Dampier (see Pt. 3). 
Dancer, Modreeny, co. Tipp. ; 1098. 
Dane (Deane). came to Ireland, 17th Cent. ; 

364. 
Danforth, any ; 1174. 
D'Angelberne or D'Angelbermes, France and 

Dominica ; 259. 
D'Angers, Carclew, Cornw., before 1500 ; 28. 
Daniell, Beswick, Yorks., and Suff. : 991. 
Daniels, Lopen and Petherton, Somerset, 

1800; 277. 
Darley, Newtownards, co. Down, 1650-1730 ; 

565. 
fDARLiNG, East Braintree, Mass., before 1663 ; 

365. 
Darling, Holy Island, before 1750 ; 1158. 
Darnbrooke, 1300-1700, Yorks. ; 687. 
Darrocii, Ireland, 1680-1830 ; 479. 
Darwent, Rotherham, Sheffield, and Derbys. ; 

368. 
D'Aubigne (see Pt. 3 under Dabney). 
Daubray (see Dobree). 
D'Aumerie (Damerie, D'Aymeries), Hainaut, 

before 1400 ; 367. 
Davenport. Berks., 1707-1741 ; 358. 
Davidson, Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 
Davis, Philadelphia, 1740 ; 420. 
Davis, West Farlei^h. Kent ; 587. 
Davis, Middx. ; 1337. 
Dawes ; 442. 
Dawson, Butterworth Hall. nr. Rochdale, 

before 1600 ; 616. 
Dawson. England ; Marvland from 17th Cent. ; 

1113. 
fDAY; 173. 
fDAY, Wales ; 365. 
Day, before 1750 ; 370. 
Day, any ; 371. 
Day, Kerry : 386. 
D'Aymeries (see D'Aumerie) 
Deacon, Beds., Bucks.. Warw., and London ; 

372. 
Deacon, Church Waltham, Essex, 1640 ; 373. 
Dealtry, Yorks., 1600-1800 ; 1232. 
Dean, Somerset, 1600-1800 : 1. 
Deane, Oxon, Bucks., and Berks., 18th Cent. ; 

618. 
Deane (see Dane). 
Dearborn, Exeter, Devon, before 1639 ; U.S.A. 

after 1639 ; 374 



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THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Dearle, Datchet-on-Thames, after 1600 ; 1088. 
De Beauvoir, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
De Bedford, Beds., time Domesday Survey and 

later; 100. 
De Bell, Cornwall ; 495. 
De Bois (see Pt. 3). 
De Boys (see Boss). 

De Braguemont, Normandy, 1300-1500 ; 169. 
De Brassard (see A Brassard). 
De Brueys, Languedoc, France, 17th Cent. ; 

225. 
De Buys (see Boice). 
De Cailli, Nutbourne, W. Sussex, 14th Cent. ; 

859. 
De Caux, Norfolk and Normandy ; 375. 
+De Chavernay ; 1276. 

De Chesney, Brohe, Wilts.; Pinho, Devon ; 379. 
De Clifford, England ; 922. 
De Cocq ; 1267. 

De Cotesford (see Cotesworth). 
De Dampierre (see Dampier). 
tDE Derval, any, especially France, before 

1800; 391. 
Deedes, Kent, before 1550 ; 376. 
Deering (Dering), 1634 ; 377. 
De Erpecum (see Van Erpecum). 
Deey; 378. 
Deey, Ireland ; 1168. 
Defoe (see Foe). 
De Fr£mery, any, especially France, before 

1800; 391. 
De Gascoign (see Pt. 3). 
tDE Gaziet (De Haziet), France, 18th Cent. ; 

1265. 
IDe Gorrequer, Huguenot family ; 559. 
De Graeff, Holland ; 339. 
De Havilland in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
De Haziet (see De Gaziet). 
Df. Holeway (see Holway). 
De Horne, Flanders, before 1571 ; Eastern 

Counties, England, since 1571 ; 1256. 
De Jersey, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
De Jersey, Salisbury or London, 1600-1800 ; 

422. 
De Jersey or De Jerze (see Pt. 3 under Le 

Vavasseur). 
De Joncheere, India, especially Pulicat and 

Negapatnam (Coromandel Coast), 1730- 

1790 ; 381. 
tDE Labertouche, 1600-1800 : 848. 
De la Cloche, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
De la Court, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
De Lacy (Lacy), Ballingany, Limerick, about 

1780; 822. 



De la Foxs, Huguenots, London, about 1685 

to before 1732 ; 613. 
Delaland, any ; 455. 
Delamar, cos. Roscommon and Westmeath ; 

before 1820 ; 1049. 
tDE la Mare, Somerset, before 1400 ; 851. 
De Lande, any ; 455. 
De la Pole (Pole), Derbys. and Staffs., 1250- 

1400 ; 262. 
De la Prime (see Prime). 
Dellart (Dellard), London ; 746. 
Delmege (see Dolmage). 
De Marle (Van Marle ; called Le Corgne de 

Marle, between 1350 and 1400), France. 

1200-1600 ; England, 1540-1580 ; Holland, 

since 1580 ; 1263. 
De Merlay, any, however spelt ; 839. 
De Merlburg (see Pt. 3). 
De Molyns (see Pt. 3). 
tDenham, Salisbury, 17th Cent. ; 66. 
Denham, Westshields, 1400-1700 ; 168. 
Denham, Taunton, Somerset, 17th Cent. ; 772. 
Denisox, W. Riding, Yorks. ; 385. 
Dennis, any, 1600-1800 ; 1197. 
Denny, Norf., Suff., Cambs., Essex, Herts., 

London, &c, before 1740 ; Kerry from 

1580; 386. 
De Noyelle, Artois. before 1650 ; 1264. 
Denton, Lees, Oldham, Lancashire, 17th Cent. ; 

1215. 
Denys, Yorks., iSth Cent. ; 732. 
De Park or De Parco (see Pt. 3 under Park). 
De Ponte (see Briggs). 
De Pothonter, any ; ; 1168. 
De Poucques, Low Countries, 17th Cent. ; 1006. 
Dering (see Deering). 
Desaguliers ; 1135. 

De St. Martix, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
De Sausmarez, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
De Serre (see La Serre). 
Despard, Queen's Co. and Tipperary ; 454. 
tDE Spineto, Coughton, Warws., 1450; 851. 
De Vance (Vance), London, 1730-1800 ; 1231. 
tDE Vaux, Freshford and Hackford. co. Lim.. 

before 1350 ; 851. 
De Veaux (see Pt. 3). 
Devereux, Newington Causewav, St. Mary, 

Newington, Surrey, 18th Cent. ; 388. 
tDEVEREUX ; 764. 

Devereux, Norf., up to 1800 ; 1048. 
Devey, Staffs, and Salop. 1220 and 1607 ; 459. 
De Vic, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
De Vignoles (Vignoles, Vignolles), 1050- 

1750; 1276. 



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PART II. 



De Villeneuve, France, West Indies, Holland ; 

511. 
•fDE Villeneuve ; 1276. 
De Villiers, Huguenot ; 641. 
De Vlieger, any ; 389. 
De Vos, Bruges, Belgium, abt. 1640 ; 390. 
Dew, Bristol and Gloucs., iSth Cent. ; 145. 
Dew, Whitney Court, Herefordshire, before 

1720 ; 871. 
Dewbery, Beds., 1680-1730 ; 974. 
De Welles (see Wells). 
De Werpe D'Antin, any, especially Flanders ; 

391. 
♦Dexter, New England, 1630 ; 1300. 
Deyer, Enford, Boyton, and Heytesbury, 

Wilts. ; 933. 
Dicken, Prees, Salop ; 540. 
Dickens, Copdock, Suff. ; 898. 
Dickenson, Salop, Staffs. ; 1061. 
Dickerman, 1600-1635 ; 392. 
fDiCKixsoN ; 98. 

Dillington, Dillington, Norf. ; 900. 
Dimmock, especially American ; 394. 
Dimock, Gloucs. ; 482. 
Distin, any ; 1085. 

tDixox, Rainshaw, Durham, 1600 ; 396. 
Dixon, Bustlingthorpe and Holton-le- Moor, 

1750 ; 397. 
Dixon (see Pt. 3). 
Doane, Plymouth and Eastham, Mass., 1630 ; 

398. 
Dobell, Gloucs. ; 1064. 
tDoBELL, Kent ; 1064. 
Dobree, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Dobree (Daubray), Guernsey and Normandy, 

before 1600 ; 399. 
Dockwra, Herts, and London, 1600-1750 ; 164. 
Dodderidge (see Dudderidge). 
Dodds, Northumb. ; 401 . 
Dodds, Scottish Borders, after 1600 ; 1105. 
Dods, Northumb. ; 401. 
DomvELL, Oxfords., before 1800 ; 447. 
Doig, Ireland, 16S0-1830 ; 479. 
Dolbeare ; 1053. 
tL>OLLiNG, any, before 1G40 ; 537. 
Dolmage (Delmege), Rathkeale, co. Lim. ; 403. 
Donaldson, Aberdeen, before 1600; 1153. 
Done, Cheshire ; 398. 
Don-nan, Wigtonshire ; 796. 
Dorman, 18th Cent. ; 322. 
Dorning, Lanes. ; 1233. 
IDoty; 365. 

Doughty, Middx., Lines., &c, 1500-1826; 756. 
Doughty, Hanworth, Norf. ; 777. 



Doughty, Gloucs., before 1635 ; 893. 

Douglas, Dumfriesshire ; 980. 

Dow, Banffshire ; 274. 

Dowdell, Cappagh, co. Limerick, 1066-1607 ; 
309. 

Dowdeswell, Worcs. and Gloucs. : 404. 

Drake families originating in the New England 
States; 405. 

Drake, Yorks. ; 549. 

Drax, London, Hackney, and Barbadoes, 17th 
Cent; 814. 

Draycott, North Staffs. ; 1313. 

Dresser, Yorks. ; 1028. 

Drew, Maiden Newton, Dorset ; 330. 

Drew ; 370. 

Drew, Stanton Drew, Somerset and Drewsteign- 
ton, Devon ; (t) 1 160-1398 ; 406. 

Drewett, any ; 789. 

Driffield, any ; 407. 

Drory; 713. 

Drought, any ; 409. 

fDROWNE, America ; 295. 

Drummond, Comrie, and cadets ; 1199. 

Drury, Irish branch only, 1600-1800 ; 411. 

Drury, Ireland, 1600-1800 ; 412, 

Drury ; 713. 

Dryden, any ; 908. 

Du Bois (Dubois), Huguenot ; Spitalfields ; 
Normandy ; 1650-1850 ; 34. 

Dubois, Wilmington, N.C. ; 274. 

Dubois, Wilmington, N.C. ; 809. 

Dubois (see Wood). 

Dubosc (see Pt. 3, under De Bois). 

Ducarel, Chateau de Muids, Normandy ;. 898. 

Duck, St. Dunstan's, Stepney, Surrey, and 
Kingholme (Kinghorne), Scotland, before 
1706; 416. 

Duckenfield (see Pt. 3, under Livingston). 

Duckworth, Higher Airedale ; 1083. 

Dudderidge (Dodderidge), Devon and Somer- 
sets. ; 400. 

tDuDLEY; 1023. 

Dudley, Uttoxeter ; 1037. 

Duff, Torrysoul, Drummuir, Baid, Ardrone 
Drumbalge, Clunybeg, Muldavit, &c. ; 802. 

Dufton, any ; 418. 

Dum.mer ; 969. 

Du Moulin, Hanau ; 728. 

Dun (Dunn), Yorks. ; 1233. 

Dun (see Pt. 3). 

Dunbar, Bogges, nr. Forres ; 358. 

Dunbar, any, especially Berwick and Hadding- 
ton shires, or connected with Lauder 
family ; 748. 



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THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Duncalfe, Cheshire, 16th Cent. ; 1353. 

Duncan ; 487. 

Duncombe, 1763-1790 ; 627. 

♦Dundas, Dundas ; 402. 

Dundas, Dudingstown ; 1346. 

Dungan, Providence, R.I., 1637 ; Cold Spring, 

Pa., 16S2 ; 420. 
Dunkerley, iSth Cent. ; 258. 
Dunkin, North of Ireland, temp. James I. and 

abt. 1775-1S25 ; 467. 
Dunlop, Auchinskeith, Ayrshire ; 168. 
Dunlop, West of Scotland ; 202. 
Dunlop, in America since 1700 ; 792. 
Dunne, Queen's Co. ; 421. 
Dunne, Hants. ; 789. 
Dunning, Hilfield, Batcombe, Sydling St. 

Nicholas, Dorset, and Bridgwater and 

Newton, Somerset, 1700-1S70 ; 1007. 
tDuNSETH ; 1195. 
Durand, Dublin, early 18th Cent. ; London, 

late 18th and early 19th Cent. ; 422. 
Durand, Geneva, from 1685 ; 1252. 
Durant, (see Pt. 3, under Durant and Tinker.) 
Durell, (see Pt. 3 under Le Vavasseur). 
Duren (see Pt. 3, under Durant). 
Durfu, Portsmouth, R.I. , 1643-1905; 1041. 
Durning, Bispham and West Derbv. Lanes., 

1327. 
Durno, Scotland, before 1800 : 96. 
tDuRRANT, England, iSth Cent. : 1341. 
Durrant, Frantfield, Sussex ; 1362. 
Durrante, Littlebourne, Kent, before 1600 ; 

537. 
Durst (Dust), an}-, especially Eastern Midlands ; 

425. 
Dust (see Durst). 
Dwight, (see Pt. 3). 
Dyer, Somerset, Hunts., Beds., Devon, Wilts.; 

Middx., 1500-1660 ; 841. 
Dyer, Enford. Bovton and Hcvtesburv. Wilts. ; 

933. 
Dyke, Kent, Sussex ; 427. 
Eames, Dorset and Essex, 1500-1629 ; 20. 
Eardeley, anv ; 428. 
Earl ; 1017. 

Earle, Chesh., 1500-1700 ; 429. 
Earle, Leeward Islands, any ; 1006. 
Earle (see Erle). 
Earn shaw, W.R. Yorks. ; 433. 
Easdill (see Pt. 3 under Esdaile). 
East, London, 1000-1S00 ; 814. 
Easterbrook (Eastabrook) ; 431. 
Eastham (see Pt. 3). 
Eastman, Southampton, 1650 ; 278. 



Eastman (see Pt. 3). 

Eastwood, W.R. Yorks. ; 433. 

Eaton, Essex and Wilts., 1500-1650 ; 434. 

Eaton, England, Ireland, and America; 884. 

Eayre, Yorks., 1590-1675 ; 373. 

Eccles (see Pt. 3). 

Eckhardt ; 1338. 

Ecroyd (Akroyd), Akroyd, Heptonstall, 

Yorks., abt. 1500 ; 340. 
Ecroyd (see Acroyd). 
Eddington, Somerset, before 1760 ; 1122. 
Eden, Kent, before 1600 ; 724. 
Edgar, Edderlie, Berwicks. ; 179. 
Edgar, Scotland ; 334. 
Edgar, cos. Cork and Waterford ; 985. 
Edleston, Blackburn, Lanes. ; 1139. 
fEDMANDS, Norf.. Suff., before 1650 ; 1024. 
Edmond, South Wales ; 496. 
Edmonds (Burford, Cook), London; 1061. 
Edmondson, any ; 435. 
Edmonstoun, Newton, 1600-1750 ; 700. 
Edmunds, South Northants., abt. 16th Cent. ; 

144. 
Edric (see Headridge). 
Edwards ; 436. 
Edwards, Cornwall ; 437. 
Edwards, N. Wales, especially Llannefydd, 

Denbigh. ; 493. 
fEDW'ARDS ; 675. 
Edye, Bucks., 1300-1600 ; Devon and Cornw., 

1300-1500 ; 438. 
Effard, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Egerton, North Staffs., before 1500 ; 1313. 
Ekins, any ; 62. 

Elcock, Chesh. and London ; 203. 
Eldridge, Notts. ; 564. 
Eliot or Eliott, 1632-1714 ; 441. 
fELiOT, Somersets., before 1603 ; 442. 
Eliot (Eliott), Surrey and Sussex ; 447. 
f Eliot, E. Coker. Somerset, before 1660 ; 506. 
JEliot, St. Austell, Cornwall, before 1690 ; 

664. 
Eliot (see Elliot) 
Eliot (see Pt. 3). 
Elisdon (Ellesden, &c), Norf. and Suff., 

1600-1800 ; 172. 
Elkins, Wilts., abt. 1700 : 444. 
Ellesden (see Elisdon). 
Ellin, South Yorks. ; 1144. 
Ellington, any ; 789. 
Elliot (Eliot)^ Balrisk, co. Meath. 1600-1750 ; 

co. Kilkenny ; co. Wexford ; 262. 
Elliot or Elliott, 1632-1714 ; 441. 
Elliot, Scottish Border ; 447. 



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PART II. 



Elliot (see Pt. 3). 
Elliott, before 1700 ; 446. 
Elliott, Surrey and Sussex ; 447. 
Ellis, Mirfield, Yorks., before 1800 ; 95. 
Ellis, Ireland ; co. Cavan, before 1747 ; 448. 
Ellis, Wilts. ; 483. 
Ellis ; 657. 
Ellis (see Pt. 3). 

Ellison, Northumb., Durham, Yorks., North- 
ants., Norf., 1350-1550 I 242. 
Ellison, Hepburn ; 898. 
Elliston, any ; 284. 
Elrington, any ; 68. 
Elsevier, Holland ; 339. 
Emberson, before 1550 ; 450. 
Embleton, Northumb. ; 401. 
Emerison, any ; 450. 
Emerson, before 1550 ; 450. 
Emeryson, before 1550 ; 450. 
Emmerson, before 1550 ; 450. 
tEMMONS, 17th Cent. ; 466. 
Empson, Yorks., 17th Cent. ; 1311. 
End (see Yeend). 
En don, an)' ; 1037. 

Engham, Kent and Norf., before 1600 ; 724. 
England, Gloucs. (and see Pt. 3 under Middle- 
more) ; 854. 

fERHARD, Bengal, Dutch East Indies, 17th 
Cent. ; 1260. 

Erick; 650. 

Erle (Earle), Warrington, Lanes., about 
1550; 430. 

Erle, Leeward Islands, any ; 1006. 

Erleigh, West Country, abt. 1200-1300 ; 430. 

Ernle, Conock and Cannings, Wilts. ; 83. 

Ernle; 132. 

Ernle, Brimslade, Wilts., 1558-1760 ; 215. 

Ernley, of Earnley, Sussex ; 83. 

Errington (see Pt. 3). 

Erskine, Ireland ; 1204. 

Erskine, co. Cavan ; 1205. 

Erskine, New England, 1727-1900 ; 1386. 

Erskine, any ; 1322. 

Erwin (see Irwing). 

Escudamour (see Scudamore). 

Esdaile (see Pt. 3). 

Estabrooke (Estbroke, Esterbrook) ; 431. 

Estcourt, Estcourt ; 1346. 

Estrange, Salop, Norf., 1 100-1500 ; 763. 

Evans, So. Newington, Oxford, before 16S5 ; 
707. 

Evans, Wilts., iSth Cent. ; 831. 

Evanson, Castle Donovan, Drimoleague ; also 
Friendly Cove, Durrus, co. Cork ; 1010. 



Eveleigh, Cork and Somerset, 1650-1907 ; 526. 

Evelyn, before 1600 ; 334. 

Evelyn, Huntercombe Burnham, Bucks., 17th 

Cent. ; 931. 
Everett, Heytesbury, Wilts., before 1850 ; 

1254. 

Eves, South of England, 1600 ; 236. 
Eves, London, before 1685 ; 707. 
Ewart, before 1800 ; 980. 
Ewart, Dumfriesshire ; 1134. 
Ewbanke, any before 1700 ; 759. 
Ewer, Herts., before 1750 ; 931. 
Ewing, Londonderry, before 1725 ; 136. 
Ewington, in or nr. London (and see Pt. 3) ; 

854. 

Extraneus, Salop, Norf., 1100-1500 ; 763. 

Eyre, Hassop, Derbys., 1560-1600 ; 457. 

Eyre, any ; 598. 

Eyton, Salop ; 434. 

Fair (see Phaire). 

♦Fairbanks, W. R. Yorks., Westmorland, 

Tudor period ; 452. 
Fairbone (spelt " ffairburne " in 1604), Criggle- 

stone, parish of Sandal Magna, Yorks. ; 755. 
Fairfax, Yorks. in 17th Cent., before 1670; 

1382. 
Falkner (see Pt. 3). 
Fancher, New York and Conn., before 1704 ; 

279. 
Fancher, New England, before 1775 ; 294. 
Fane, anv ; 456. 
Fanshawe, Dronfield, Derbyshire, and Ware 

Park, Herts., 1530-1700 ; 458. 
Fanshawe ; 842. . 

Fanshawe, N. Derbvs. and borders ot Yorks. 

and Notts., chiefly also London parishes ; 

1060. 
Farder, Hursley ; 900. 
Farmer (formerly Fermor), Salop, since 15 14 ; 

459. 
tFARMER, Worcs. and Salop, 18th Cent. : 482. 
Farnham, Quomdon, Leics. ; Bucks., Yorks., 

Dorset,~&c. ; 460. 
Farquhar, Gilminscroft, Ayrshire, before iboo ; 

655. 

Farquharson, Auchriachan, Banffs., 1500-1900, 

231. 

Farquharson, Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 
Farran, Dublin, London ; 1600-1S00 ; 578. 
fFARRANT, Kent, 18th Cent. ; 402. 
Farrar (Farrer. Ferrar), Warley, Ewood, 

Halifax, and Sowerbv, Yorks. ; 462. 
Farrar, W. R. Yorks. ; 483. 
Farrar, any, especially Yorks. ; 525. 



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THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Farrer, Westmorland, before 1700 ; 464. 

Farrer (see Ferrer). 

Farwell, before 1650 ; 70. 

Fashion, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 

Fashion, Southampton and London ; 379. 

Faulkner, Northants ; 789. 

tFAWCETT, N. Ireland, before 1725 ; 649. 

Fawcett (see Pt. 3). 

Fayle ; 830. 

Fayrer (various spellings), any ; 469. 

tFAZAKERLEY, Fazakerley, Lanes., 1500 ; 1079. 

♦Feake ; 675. 

Fearn, Pitcullen, Tarlogie, &c., Ross-shire, 

Scotland and London ; 802. 
Featherstone, Sigglesthorne, Yorks. ; 670. 
Featherstonhalgh, Weardale, co. Durham, 

early ; 439. 
Featherstonhalgh, Stanhope Hall, Durham ; 

839. 
Fell ; 491. 
Fell (see Pt. 3). 
Fellowes, Worcs., 16th Cent. ; Norf., 18th 

Cent. ; 465. 
Fellowes, Bucks, and Oxon., 17th Cent. ; 1246. 
Fellows (Fellowes), 1600-1650 ; 466. 
Felton. Northumb. ; 259. 
Fenning (or Penning), Essex or Suff., 1500- 

1700 ; 467. 
Ferkt (Ferre. Ferry), Normandy, 149S-1660 : 

Rouen, Turcoin, Canterbury, 1566- 1660. 

French Reformed or Huguenots; 1031. 
Ferguson ; 487. 
Fermor (see Farmer). 
Fernald, America since 1631, previously 

Great Britain ; 468. 
♦Ferrand, St. Ives, Harden Grange and Up- 
wood ; 843. 
Ferrar (Farrer, &c), any ; 469. 
Ferrar, any, especially Yorks. ; 525. 
Ferrar (see Farrar). 
Ferrars (Ferrers. &c), any ; 469. 
Ferris (various spellings), any ; 469. 
Ferris ; 675. 
Ferris (see Pt. 3). 
Ferter (Ferrestier), Kingswear, Devon, 

before 1640 ; 1031. 
Fetter, Germanv, before 1730 : 659. 
Fettiplace, Fernham. Berks., 17th Cent. ; 931. 
Fewtrell, Salop ; 588. 
fFFONEs : 675. 
Fiennes (see Fynes). 
Fillastre. France, 16th Cent. ; 471. 
FillAtpe, France. 16th Cent. ; 471. 
Fillingham, Fillingham, Lines. ; 470. 



fFiNCH (Fynch), about 1760; (? Havant, 

Hants.) ; 609. 
Finch (see Pt. 3, under Harvey). 
Finnimore, (see Phillimore). 
Finny, Ireland ; 472. 
Firth, Wheatley, Halifax, Yorks., 17th Cent. ; 

498. 

*Fisher, North Carolina from (?) ; 44. 

Fisher, Drury Lane, 18th Cent. ; 850. 

Fisher, Stepney, 18th Cent. ; 853. 

Fisher, (see Pt. 3). 

Fishwick, Lanes, and Yorks., before 1800 ; 474. 

Fitch, Essex ; 915. 

Fitton, Lanes. ; 1233. 

Fitz Alan, Yorks. ; 1251. 

Filzallen (Fitzallan), any : 350. 

Fitzgerald, Kilmead, co. Kildare ; before 1820 ; 

1049. 
Fitz Gerald, co. Kildare ; 1168. 
Fitz Gerald (see Pt. 3, under Welsh). 
Fitzherbert, any ; 477. 
fFiTZ Piers, Wales, before 1300; 851. 
Fitz Rolf (see Pt. 3). 
FitzWarren, alias Brightley, Brightley, 

Chittlehampton, Devon, before 1450 ; 932. 
Fixter. Ireland, 1680-1830 ; 479. 
Fleetwood, Ireland, 1600-1800 ; 127. 
Fleetwood, Preston, Lanes., about 1720 ; 

340. 
Fleming, Isle of Wight ; 271. 
Fleming, Ireland, 1680-1830; 479. 
tFLEMiNG (Lord Slane's family), before 1600 ; 

851. 
Flemyng, Moness, Perthshire ; 274. 
Fletcher, Chester City, 1650-1750 ; 481. 
Fletcher, Staffs., 1500-1700 ; 482. 
Fletcher, Towcester, iSth Cent. ; 1061. 
Fletcher, Lanes. ; 1233. 
Flint, Alloa, Scotland : 289. 
Flood, Oueen's Co.. and Kilkennv, before 1850 ; 

880. 
Florence, Eastern Counties, 1600-1S20 ; 517. 
Flower, Wilts. ; 483. 
Flower. Gainsbro', Lines.. 1600-1800 ; 692. 
Floyd, Mass. or London, Engl., before 1662 ; 

484. 
Floyd or Floud (see Lloyd). 
Flyer, Uttoxeter and Hints, Staffs., 16th Cent. ; 

128. 
Foe (Defoe), London, before 1730 ; 303. 
Fogg, Kent ; 485. 
Folliott. Ireland ; 337. 
Fontaine, anv ; 428. 
fFooTE; 173. 



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PART II. 



Foote, Warws., 1600 ; 393. 

tFooTE, any ; 486. 

Forbes, Aberdeenshire, 1272-1907 ; 23. 

Forbes, Scotland, before 1800 : 96. 

Forbes, Culloden ; Inverness, Ross., Sutherland, 

Cromarty, 1600-1750 ; 359. 
Forbes ; 487. 

fFoRBES, Haddington, 1S11 ; 720. 
Forbes, Tolquhon, Watertoun and Echt, 

co. Aberdeen, 1400-1900 ; 965. 
Forbes, Mekle Wardes (or Oldtoun), Torhendry, 

and Ludquharn, co. Aberdeen, 1500- 1800 ; 

965. 
Ford, Birmingham and district ; 1037. 
Ford, North Staffs. ; 1313. 
Ford, Barbados ; 1342. 
Forest, Moreborne, Hunts., &c. ; 386. 
Forster (Foster), cos. Meath and Louth, 

18th Cent. ; 364. 
Forster, Lines. ; 488. 
Fortescue, Irish branches ; 516. 
Foss, Kent ; 1335. 
Foss or Fosse (see Pt. 3). 
Foster, Wensleydale and Heptonstall, Yorks., 

1571 ; 490. 
Foster, Wadsworth Banks, Yorks., 18th Cent. ; 

1232. 
Foster (see Forster). 
Fotherby, Kent ; 17th Cent. ; 931. 
Foulkes (Ffoulkes), N. Wales, especially 

Llannefydd, Denbigh ; 493. 
Foulkes, Medland, Devon ; 945. 
Fountain, any ; 428. 
Fowle, Suff., 17th Cent. ; 1272. 
Fowler, England, 1633, later Ipswich, Mass., 

U.S.A. ; 46. 
Fox, Cornwall, &c. ; 495. 
Fox, Salop and Staffs. ; 496. 
Fox, Rhodes, Lanes., 17th Cent. ; 498. 
Fox, Derbv, 18th Cent. ; 1211. 
Fox, Yorks. ; 1233. 

Foxcroft, Yorks. and Lanes., 1665 ; 1348. 
Franc, Huguenot, Banks of the Garonne and 

London, 17th Cent. ; 234. 
Francis, Hants., 1600-1750 ; 497. 
tFRANcis, Va., U.S.A., 18th Cent. ; 1192. 
Francis (see Frauncis). 
Franke (Franks), Leics., 1700-1760 ; 498. 
Frankland, co. Cork ; 791. 
Fraser, Relig, Inverness-shire; 58. 
Fraser, Phopachv, co. Inverness, 1500-1800 ; 

965. 
Frauncis (Francis), Shadingfield, Suff., about 

1 200- 1 400 ; 1044. 



Freeman, Twyning-Oxenton, Gloucs. ; 404. 

fFREEMAN ; 586. 

Freeman, Hercfords. and Worcs.' ; 777. 

fFREEMAN ; 1023. 

Freeman, Northants. : 1337. 

fFREER, Huncote, Leics. ; 56. 

French, Halstcad, Essex, to America, 1635 ; 

500. 
French, Essex, before 1550 ; 680. 
French, London, 1680-1810 ; 998. 
French, Belturbet, co. Cavan, and Dublin, 

before 1800 ; 1204. 
French ; 1363. 

Friell, Dublin, iSth Cent. ; 1272. 
Frogmore, Warws., 1600 ; 393. 
Frost, Derbys. and London ; 400. 
Froude, any ; 1168. 
Fry, any ; 502. 
Fry, any ; 503. 
Fry, Wilts., before 1700 ; 930. 
Frye, Dorset, before 1650 ; 216. 
Fuller, any, especially Sussex ; 504. 
Fuller, 1287-1906 ; 505. 
Furness (? Wapping), before 1730 ; 506. 
Fynch (see Finch). 

Fynes (Fiennes), Kent, Sussex, Sec. ; 760. 
Gainsborough, Noel, Earls of (see Noel). 
Gainsford, Monmouth, abt. 1700 ; 510. 
Galer, Naughton Hall, nr. Ipswich, 1800-1830 ; 

1130. 
Galliard, Norf., before 1600 ; 164. 
Galloway, Scotland, to 15th Cent. ; Aberdeen- 
shire after 15th Cent. ; 511. 
Gambling, Norf. ; 1132. 
Game, Lavenham, Suff. ; 991. 
Gamon, Chesh. ; 512. 

Garden, Aberdeensh. ; Charlestown ; 809. 
Gardiner, co. Oxford ; 7. 
Gardiner, Greenskares, Banffshire : 274. 
Gardiner, Rodmarton. Gloucs. ; 528. 
Gardner, London and Dorset ; 746. 
Garencieres. Peterborough, about 1700-1750 

1357. 
fGARFORD ; 1064. 
Garlick, Gloucs. ; 854. 

Garratt, ? Rovdon, Essex, before 1650 ; 515. 
Garraway, Berks., Bucks., Oxfords.. &c. ; 

1051. 
Garrett, N.Y., 1700 ; 1096. 
Garstin, Ireland, England, and India : 516. 
Garwood, Dublin, before 1650 ; 659. 
Garwood, New Jersev, before 1715 '. 972. 
Garwood (allied with Percy family), end of 

18th Cent. ; 1219 



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THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Gascoing or Gascon (see Pt. 3, under De 

, Gascoign). 
Gatehouse, Dorset, Hants., and Somerset, 

1500-1700 ; 517. 
tGATES; 173. 
Gates (see Pt. 3). 
Gaunt, any, 1 600-1 800 ; 357. 
Gautier or Gaultier (see Pt. 3). 
Gavitt, Isle of Wight and America; 187. 
Gaylord (see Pt. 3). 
Geary (see Gerry). 
Gee (see Pt. 3). 

Gem, Worcester, before 1750 ; 1337. 
Gennis or Gennys (see Guinness). 
Gent, Staffs., Northants., Essex, from 1500 ; 

519. 
Gent- Wood (see Wood). 
Germaine, Wickham Bishops, 1660 ; 397. 
Germaine (Germon), Rochelle, 1685 ; 1031. 
Gerry (Geary), Galway, 18th Cent. ; 261. 
Gibbs, co. Somerset to Newport, R.I. ; 944. 
Gibbs (see Pt. 3, under Barbour). 
Gibson, West of Scotland ; 202. 
Gibson ; 241. 

Gibson, Northumb. and Durham ; 524. 
Gibson, Stirling and Glasgow ; 796. 
Gibson, Ireland and Scotland ; 1173. 
Giddings, America from 1635 ; 26. 
Gidley, Gidleigh, Devon ; 525. 
Giffard, Clifford-in-Hartland and Weare Gif- 

fard, Devon, before 1300 ; 932. 
Giffard, Castle Jordan, Ireland, 1650-1700 ; 

1006. 
Gilbert, Wilts, and Hants, before 1700 ; 14. 
Gilbert, before 1700 ; 89. 
Gilbert, Eastern England, especially Essex ; 

488. 
Gilbert, any, especially Warws. and Essex 

(and see Pt. 3) ; 527. 
Gilbert, Derby ; 528. 
Gilbert, Devon, 16th Cent. ; 552. 
Gilbert, Engl., 1600 and 1700 ; New Engl., 

after 1630 ; 632. 
Gilbert; 1104. 

GlLBERT-CoorER, Thurgarton, Notts. ; 528. 
Gilchrist (see McGilchrist). 
Giles, Maryland from Devon ; 32. 
Gillespie, CherrybaTiy, Cumber, co. Down and 

Scotland, before 1750; 341. 
Gillespie, No. of Ireland, Scotland before 1650 ; 

529. 
Gillette, Conn, and Mass., U.S.A., abt. 1665 ; 

912. 
Gillingham, Dorsets., before 1745 ; 954. 



Gilman ; 1363. 

Ginnis (see Guinness). 

Glanville ; 1053. 

■j-Glanville, Devon, before 1690 ; 1198. 

Glascock, Essex ; 530. 

fGLASSFORD, Scotland, Badencraig ; 230. 

Gleason, Charlestown, Mass., 1630 ; 297. 

Glen (see Pt. 3). 

Glynn, Glynn, Cornwall ; 532. 

Goad (Goade), Furness and N. Lanes., 1500- 

1700 ; 518. 
Goble, W. Sussex, before 1800 ; 982. 
Goddard, near or in London, 1650-1665 ; 533. 
Godfery (see Pt. 3). 
tGoDFREY, Ongar, Essex ; 764. 
Godfrey (see Pt. 3). 
Godman, Sussex, Hurstpierpoint and Lewes 

district, before 1590 ; 535. 
Godwin, Godwin's Bower and Wookey Hole, 

Somerset ; 885. 
Godwin, Leek ; 1037. 
Gokeine (see Gookin). 
Gokin (see Gookin). 
Goldney, Bristol, &c, before 1400; 112. 

GOLDSBROUGH (GOLDISBOROUGH, GoLDES- 

brough), Wilts., Somerset, Dorset. &c. ; 

Yorks. ; Lines. ; Longford, Ireland ; 536. 
Goldsmith, Sussex ; 598. 
Golightly, Cumb. ; 863. 
Good, Bradford ; 61. 
Good, Wilts., Dorset, before 1650 ; 1092. 
Goodwin, Salop ; 496. 

Goodwin, Morton. Essex (and see Pt. 3) : 933. 
Gookin (Gokin, Gokeine. &c), any ; 537. 
Goolden, Bridgnorth, 1700-1750 ; 993. 
Gordon, Aberdeenshire, 1319-1907 ; 23. 
Gordon, any ; 211. 
Gordon, Kenmure, Earlston, Galloway, N.B. ; 

343. 
Gordon, Lesmore, Leicheston, and Salter ton. 

N. of Scotland ; Newry, co. Down and N- 

of Ireland generallv ; Virginia, since 1728 ; 

538. 
Gordon, Fochabers, Elgin ; 809. 
Gore (Gower), Devon. Somerset, Dorset, Wilts., 

before 1800 ; 1047. 
fGoRE, Altcar, Lanes., 1700 ; 1079. 
Gorges, Eye, &c, Herefords. ; 386. 
Gorges, England, Ireland, France ; 539. 
Gorham, Benefield, Engl., 1621 ; 277. 
Gorham, anv ; 789. 

Gorham, Brittany, St. Albans, 1652 ; 1348. 
fGoRis; 1267. 
Gosselin, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 



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Got her — Qtton 



PART II 



Gother, Isle of Wight, 18th Cent. ; 1366. 

Gotherson (see Pt. 3). 

Gott, Maryland, before 1770 ; 253. 

Gough, North Salop ; 540. 

Gould, Dorchester, 1600-1650 ; 541. 

fGouLD, 15th Cent. ; 551. 

•JGould, Conn., U.S.A., before 17,56 ; 715. 

•Goi'lding, Boston, Mass., U.S.A., 1665 ; 277. 

Govan, West of Scotland ; 202. 

fGovAN, Scotland ; 230. 

Gove, London, 1604 ; 278. 

Gowdy, any in America ; British ancestry 

wanted ; 979. 
Gower, Kent, Surrey ; 33. 
Gower (see Gore). 
-Gowland, Wreckenton, Durham, 1600-1900 ; 

1072. 
IGrace, before about 1800, when left Holloway 

for Yorks. ; 938. 
Grace, co. Kilkenny ; 950. 
fGRADDON, any ; 1168. 
Gr.eme (see Pt. 3, under Graham and Blen- 

man). 
Graham, Aberuthven, Perthshire ; 168. 
Graham, Tamrawer, Stirlingshire, from 1427 ; 

758. 
TGraham, Northumb., 1600-1800 ; 777. 
Graham (see Pt. 3). 
Grainge ; 333. 
Grainger (see Pt. 3). 
Grank (see Crank). 
Grant, Glenmoriston, Inverness-shire, 1509- 

1907 ; 23. 
Grant, Gartinbv and Inverness, 17th Cent. ; 

148 and 149. 
Grant, Maine (State of Maine, 165Q), &c. ; 780. 
Grant, Aberlour, before 1700 ; 1153. 
Granville (see Grenville). 
Grape, New Windsor, Bucks., 1764 ; 694. 
Gratwick, Sussex ; 302. 
Grave, Ballycommon, King's Co. : 1098. 
Gravener, Dover, Kent, 18th Cent. ; 618. 
Graves, England and America ; 546. 
Gray, West of Scotland ; 202. 
tGRAY, Creech, Skibo Castle, Scotland ; 367. 
Gray, Scotland, later Martha's Vin., Mass. ; 548. 
Cray, any ; 547 and 789. 
Cray, Hitchin or London, before 1750 ; 1289. 
Greaves, Preston ; 917. 
Greeley ; 1363. 

Green, Youghal, co. Cork, abt. 1750 ; 444. 
Green, Youghal, co. Cork ; 550. 
+Green, Cockermouth, 16th Cent. ; 551. 
'Green, 17th Cent. ; 602. 



Green, Salop, before 1722 ; 893. 

Green, co. Cork ; 1205. 

fGREENE, Waltham, Mass., 18th Cent. ; 936. 

Greenhalf, Gloucs. ; 791. 

fGREENHiLL, Worthing and Sussex : 1057. 

Greenway (Biddulph), Staffs., abt. 1380 ; 128. 

Greenwood, Oxcnhope, Haworth and W. R. 

Yorks. ; 553. 
Gregory, any ; 62. 
Gregory, Ireland, 1600-1800 ; 344. 
Gregory, Cork and Somerset, 1650-1907 ; 526. 
Gregory, Somerset, Gloucester, before 1650 ; 

1122. 
Gregson, Whalley and Liverpool, Lanes., 1600- 

1800; 1138. 
Grenville (Granville), Devon and Cornw., 

1 100-1750 ; 545. 
Gresham, Titsey, Surrev ; Norf. ; 764. 
Gresham, England ; 922. 
Gresley, any ; 819. 
Gresley (see Pt. 3). 
Grey, any ; 789. 
Griffin, London ; 102. 
Griffin (Griffith), Herefords., Radnors., Salop, 

Northants., Warws., Chesh., London ; before 

1700; 558. 
Griffin, Whitehaven, 17th Cent. ; 1249. 
fGRiFFiTH, Wales ; 573. 
■{•Griffith, Wales, before 1720 ; 649. 
Griffith, City of Worcester, 17th Cent. ; 931. 
•pGRiFFiTH, Gloucs.. and Mary-le-bone, London, 

1700-1S25 ; 956. 
Grimsby or Grimsbury, Lord (see Pt. 3, 

under Park). 
Groome, Staffs. ; 815. 
Grote, Grafen und Freiherren ; 561. 
Grove, Balking, Berks., 1650-1700 ; 351. 
Groves, Ireland, before 1800 ; 562. 
Grubbs (Grcbb), Va., U.S.A., abt. 1800 ; 1345. 
Grundy, Leics., 16th Cent. ; 564. 
Grunwell, Yorks. ; 1337. 
Gualtheri, Brabant, 1500-1700 ; 367. 
Guest, Birmingham, 17th Cent. ; 892. 
Guichard, Huguenot, 16S5, Sancerre ; 693. 
Guille, in or from Channel Isles : 240. 
Guinness (Ginnis, Gennis. Gexxys). Dublin, 

Tralee, Cornwall, 1600-1750 ; 565. 
Guinness, Dublin and Kildare ; 1331. 
Gulston, Ealing Grove. Middx., before 1800 ; 

1186. 
fGuMBES, West Indies, before 1830 ; 1265. 
Gun, Kerry, before 1660 ; 822. 
Gunley, London ; 653. 
Gunn, Warws., before 1S00 ; 1230. 



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Gunson — Harper 



THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Gunson, Southwark, after 1700 ; 566. 

Gunter, Racton, W. Sussex ; 859. 

Guppy, Devon, Somerset, Dorset. Wilts., before 

1800; 1047. 
Gurnell, Lanes. ; 549. 
Gurney, Bucks. ; 568. 
Gurney, Middx., Bucks., Beds., 18th Cent. ; 

569. 
Gutch, any ; 571. 
Guthrie, Lunan, 1500-1700 ; 168. 
Guy, London, Wm. III.'s reign ; 454. 
Guyon, Languedoc and Ireland ; 585. 
Gwynne, Reading, abt. 1800-1860 ; 938. 
•f-HACK (Hock), Nassau Holtzen to America, 

1748; 573. 
Hackett, co. Tipperary and Isle of Wight ; 950. 
Hackford (see Heckford). 
Haig, Bemersvde, and cadets ; 1199. 
Haigh, W. R." Yorks. ; 433. 
Haigh, Halifax, Yorks., before 1800 ; 582. 
Haines, any, especially Sullington and Warn- 

ham, Sussex, before 1550 ; 575. 
Haines, Greenwich, London, Home Counties ; 

1760 ; 576. 
Halghton (see Pt. 3, under Haughton). 
Hall, co. Hereford, about 1680 ; 128. 
Hall, Worcs., 17th Cent. ; 177. 
Hall, Inskip, nr. Preston, Lanes., 18th Cent. ; 

184. 
Hall, Westminster Sq., London, 1700 ; 236. 
Hall, Oughtibridge, nr. Sheffield, Yorks. ; 345. 
Hall, Kipping, Thornton, W.R. Yorks., before 

1631 ; 498. 
Hall, Highmeadow, Gloucs., 16th Cent. ; 931. 
Hall (see Pt. 3). 

Hallaran, Cork and Somerset, 1650-IQ07 ; 526. 
Hallaran, West Indies, Canada and Ireland, 

before 1750 ; 580. 
Halley, London. 1625-1775 ; 816. 
Halliley, Wakefield and Dewsburv, 1550-1650 ; 

250. 
Halliwell, Yorks., before 1800 ; 474. 
Hallock ; 675. 

Halsted, England, before 1644 ; 943. 
Halswell. Somerset ; 716. 
Hambledon, before 1500 ; 581. 
Hambleton. before 1500 ; 581. 
Hambley, Cornwall ; 1083. 
Hamer, Bolton, Burv and Rochdale, before 

1800; 582. 
Hamilton, West of Scotland ; 202. 
Hamilton, 1753 ; 321. 
Hamilton, Belcoo, co. Fermanagh, before 1740 ; 

341. 



Hamilton, Olivestab, Scotland ; 434. 
Hamilton, Ireland, 16S0-1830.: 479. 
Hamilton, Ballyfatton and Callidon, co. Tyrone; 

583. 
Hamilton, Brimhill ; 1164. 
Hamlin, America, from 1639 ; 26. 
Hammerden, Dover, Kent, ibth Cent. ; 618. 
Hammond, Armagh, 1734 ; 141. 
Hammond, Battle, Sussex ; 1362. 
Hamnett (Hamnet), Chesh. ; 1036. 
Hampton, probably Wilts. ; 847. 
Hampton (see Pt 3). 

Hanbury, Worcs. and Monmouths. ; 33. 
Hance, Engl, or Wales, before 1660 ; 584. 
Hance (Hanns, Anns, Anne), any ; 585. 
Hanchett (formerly Hanchack), Cambs., 1200- 

1380 ; Herts, and Essex, 1400-1700 ; 

Cambs. 1700-1850 ; 697. 
fHANCOCK, Conn. ; 686. 
Hancock ; 1104. 
Hand, Proctors of Lichfield Cathedral, before 

1680; 802. 
Hanegraaff, Holland ; 339. 
Hanger (see Pt. 3). 

Hannen, Cork, Ireland, 1700-1825 ; 537. 
Harbin, Somersets, and Dorset ; 88. 
Harbin ; 378. 
Harcourt ; 39. 
Harding, 1600-1900 : 55. 
fHARDiNG, Kent ; 114. 
Harding, Staffs. ; 300. 
Harding, Old Springs, Staffs. ; 777. 
Harding ; 969. 

Hardtman, St. Kitts, early iSth Cent. ; 1 91 . 
Hardwicke, Derbys., before 1558 ; Staffs. ; 5S3 
Hardy, Penistone. Yorks., 1700-1800 ; 61. 
Hardy, Ipswich, Suff., before 1780 ; 341. 
Hardy (see Pt. 3). 

Hare, Eastern Counties, 1500-1660 ; 589. 
Hare well, Warws., 1600 : 393. 
Hargrave, Wakefield, Yorks., 18th Cent. ; 

1372. 
Harington, any ; 72. 
•j-Harington, Bagworth, Warws.. before 1620 ; 

1292. 
Harley, 1100, has information about 1300 ; 

336. 
Harley, Salop and Herefords. ; 496. 
Harley, 542. 
»Harman, Midland Counties. 1400-1S00 : 1270. 
Harmon, Wells, Maine, New England. 107a: 152. 
Harness, Pa., Va.. 1730 ; 1286. 
Harper, Worcs., 1 500-1 700 ; Gosport, Hants.. 

18th Cent. ; 590. 



58 



Harrington— Heck ford 



PART II. 



Harrington ; 417. 

Harris', Salisbury, Wilts, and Guernsev ; 379. 

Harris (?), "later State of New York ; 548. 

Harris, co. Clare, 17th Cent. ; 1006. 
Harris (see Pt. 3). 

Harrison, West Kirby. Chesh., 1630 ; 318. 
Harrison, Ball's Park, Herts., 1530-1700 ; 458. 
JHarrison, Dublin, Meath, Wicklow, and 

Down, before 1775 ; 591. 
Harrison, Lanes., before 1600 ; 592. 
Harrison ; 675. 
Harrison, Yorks. ; 796. 
Harrison, Urswick and Preston ; Bolton and 

Flookburgh; 917. 
Harrison, Ripon ; 1346. 
Harrison (see Pt. 3). 
Hart, Kent ; 427. 
Hart, Donegal, 1640-1690 ; 595. 
Hart, Dorset, Devon, Somerset, 1500-1700 ; 

(and see Pt. 3, under Hood) ; 598. 
Hart (Hartt), King's Co., Queen's Co., cos. 

Tipp. and Limerick ; about 1750 ; 597. 
Hart, Braintree, Essex, before 1640 ; 915. 
Hart or Harte (see Hert). 
Hartas, Cleveland, N.E. Yorks. ; 64. 
Hartas, an}' ; 920. 
Hartas ; 994. 
Hartigan, Dublin and co. Limerick before 

1760 ; 598. 
Hartley, Halifax, Yorks. ; 462. 
Hartley, Middleton Tvas, Yorks., 1600-1688 ; 

579. 
Hartley, Yorks. and Lanes. Border, before 

1668; 599. 
Hartley, Dublin ; 653. 
Hartley, Dublin, 18th Cent. ; 665. 
Hartwell, Kent, 1500-1700 ; 602. 
Harvey, 1752 ; 321. 
tHARVEY, Mass.. and Norwich, Conn. ; 860. 
Harvey, Essex, London ; 863. 
Harvey (see Pt 3). 
Harwood, London, 17th Cent. ; 602. 
Harwood, English settlers, so named, 1620- 

1650, in New England ; 604. 
Harwood (see Pt. 3). 
*Haselock, Birmingham ; 605. 
*Haslock, Worcester and Cofton Hackett ; 

605. 
Hassard, any ; 1204. 
Hassard, co. Fermanagh : 1205. 
THassell, West Indies (St. Martin. &c), before 

1830; 1265. 
Hastings, North Oxfords., 1600-1800 ; 777. 
Hastings, any; 1173. 



Haswell, co. Durham before 1770, and in 

South of Scotland ; 605. 
Haswell, Durham ; 652. 
Haswell, Scottish and English Borders ; 1105. 
Hatch, Winkfield. Berks., before 1700 ; 931. 
Hathaway, Freetown, Mass., 1700-1905 ; 1041. 
Haughton, Bormount, Wexford, and Kilthorpe, 

Rutland, after 1767 ; 341. 
Haughton (see Pt. 3). 
Hautenville, before 1800 ; 316. 
Haven, West of Engl. ; and Mass., U.S.A. ; 

1119. 
•j-Havens ; 675. 

Hauberk, Kent, 15th Cent. ; 1293. 
Hawk (Hawks, Hawkes). Mass., and Long 

Island, N.Y., 1740-1770 ; 611. 
Hawke, Havant, Hants., and Newport, Isle of 

Wight, about 1760 ; 609. 
Hawkes (see Pt. 3). 
Hawkesworth, Yorks.. 1762 ; Annapolis, N.S., 

1763; 342. 
Hawley, Northants.. before 1600 ; 816. 
Hayden, cos. Tipp., Kilkenny, Waterford, 1571 ; 

362. 
Hayden, KilmcOliver, co. Kilkenny ; 739. 
Hayes ; 832. 
Haynes (see Pt. 3). 
Hayter, any ; 819. 
Hayward, England : 1020. 
Hazard, any ; 284. 
Hazen, anv ; 614. 
Head. Surf., before 1700 : 226. 
Head. Suffolk, before 1717 ; America since ; 

1271. 
Headridge (Headrick and ? Edric), Lowlands. 

N.B., and Northern Counties England ; 615. 
Heald ; 830. 

Heape, Staleybridge district, 1400-1600 ; 616. 
Heard, North Ireland, before 1720 : 767. 
Hearne (Herxe. Heron), Oxon, Bucks., 

Berks., 17th Cent. ; 618. 
Hearsey (see Hercy). 
fHEATH. 17th Cent. ; 466. 
Heath, Acton, Nantwich, Chesh., before 1600 ; 

773. 
Heath (see Pt. 3). 
Heathcote ; 132. 
Heatly, Newport. Rhode I.. 1730 i 148 and 

149. 
Heaton, Yorks. ; 1173. 
Hebblethwaite. anv (Yorks. before 1090) ; 

567. 
Heckford (Hickford. Hackford). Eastern 

Counties London, &c, before 1800 ; 619. 



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Hedge— Hodges 



THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Hedge, Northants. ; 1323. 

Hedley, South Durham ; 64. 

Hedley, Newcastle, before 1800 ; 1274, 

Hedworth, any ; 620. 

Heaver, Kent ; 1220. 

Heighington, 17th Cent. ; 621. 

Heitmann, 19th Cent. ; 1061. 

Helden, Londonderry, 1750 ; Egham, Surrey, 

1750; 327. 
Hellings, Uffculme, Devon, before 1714 ; 885. 
Hemington, Puddletown,. Dorset, 1600-1800 ; 

578. 
Hemphill, Rathkenny, co. Tipperary ; 246. 
Henderson (see Pt. 3). 

Hengham, Kent and Norf., before 1600 ; 724. 
Henham, Kent and Norf., before 1600 ; 724. 
Henry, Ireland, 16S0-1830 ; 479. 
Henry, Flints, and Chesh. ; 777. 
Henry (see Pt. 3). 
Henshaw, Ireland, 1700 ; 1308. 
Henshawe, London, Dover, 1675-1725 ; 1093. 
Henshawe (see Pt. 3). 
Henslowe (Henslow), Boarhunt, Hants., 1577 ; 

625. 
Henson, Bunny, Bradmore, Notts., before 1800 ; 

117. 
Herbert (see Pt. 3). 
Hercy (Hersy, Hearse y, Hersee), any ; 

627. 
Herford, Devon and Somerset, 1500-1700 ; 

626. 
Herne (see Hearne). 
Heron (see Hearne). 
Herrick, Northampton, Mass. ; 779. 
Hersy or Hersee (see Hercy). 
Hert (Herte. Hart, Harte), Devon, Somerset, 

Suffolk, Highgate and Middx., 1400-1700 ; 

453. 
Hesketh, Cheshire ; 131. 
Hesketh, Ringey, Hale, Chesh., 17th Cent. ; 

1138. 
Hesleden, Horton-in-Ribblesden ; 491. 
Heton, Yorks., 1100-1500 ; 1232. 
Heward, Cumb., 17th Cent. ; Sunderland, 18th 

Cent. ; 105. 
Hewetson (Hewsonne), York, 1408 ; the Pale, 

co.Donegal and Ravenstonedale, 16th Cent.; 

628. 
Hewett (Hewitt), 17th Cent. ; 629. 
Hewitt, Derbvs., Yorks., Cumb., from 1600 ; 

630. 
Hewson (see Pt. 3). 
Heyworth, Mackery End, Herts., and Bacup, 

Lanes. ; 1327. ' 



Hibgame, Burnham Norton, Norf., iSth Cent. • 

631. 
Hickford (see Heckford). 
Hickie, co. Kerry ; 797. 
Hickin, Gnosall and Stafford, 1600-1800 ; 737. 
Hickman, Stourbridge ; 1037. 
Hickman (see Pt. 3 under Fawcett). 
Hicks, Gloucs., previous to Sir Baptist ; 935. 
Hicks, Yorks. ; 1233. 
Higgins, Engl., 1600 and 1700 ; New Enc,'!., 

after 1630 ; 632. 
Higgins, at Plymouth, Mass., 1633 ; possibly 

from Cornwall ; 633. 
Higginson, North Ireland ; 472. 
Hignett, Chesh. ; 512. 
Hilditch, Salop ; 995. 
Hildyard, E. Yorks. ; 873. 
Hill, Essex, Middx. ; 33. 
Hill, Yorks. ; 312. 
Hill, Norland, nr. Halifax, Yorks., before 1800 ; 

582. 
Hill, Hacketstown, co. Carlow, 164S ; 636. 
Hill, Moretonhampstead, Devon, 16th Cent. 

and Falmouth, Cornw., 17th Cent. ; 637. 
Hill, Hales, Norf., abt. 1550-1700 ; London, 

1700-1850 ; 640. 
Hill, Salop; 1198. 

Hill (see Pt. 3 under Hill and Fisher). 
Hill-Wilson, co. Down ; 794. 
Hilles (see Pt. 3). 
Hills, Sandwich, Kent ; 639. 
Hilton, E. Yorks., 1240-1430 ; 873. 
Hilton (see Pt. 3 under Ainsworth). 
fHiNDE, Yorks. and ? Middx., iSth Cent. ; 

641. 
Hindmarsh, Wallsend and Benton, Northum- 
berland ; 759. 
Hindmarsh (see Pt. 3). 
Hine (see Hyne). 
Hingston, Devon ; 495. 
Hinkle, Penna., U.S.A., before 1800 ; 350. 
Hinshaw, Ireland, 1700 ; 1308. 
Hitchcock, Preshute. Wilts., 1500-1800 : 644. 
Hitchcock; 1326. 
Hitchin (Hitchens), Somerset, Cheshire, &c ; 

1500-1900 ; 645. 
Hite, N.Y., Pa., Va., 1730 : 1286. 
Hiteman, 19th Cent. ; 1061. 
Hobart, Norf., before 1640 ; 928. 
Hobbins, Redmarley, &c ; 1294. 
Hobson, Northants., 1650-1800 ; 313. 
Hobson, North Lines, before 1750 ; 849. 
Hodder, West Dorset ; 647. 
Hodges, Middx., 18th Cent. ; 465. 



60 



Hodgea— Huet 



PART II. 



Hodges, Leics., London. Broadwell (in Gloucs.), 

1500-1680 ; 756. 
Hodgson', Shrewsbury ; 5. 
Hodson, Norf., 16th Cent. ; 1342. 
Hoeck (see Hack). 
j Hoe ft, Stolp, Pomerania ; 122. 
Hogax, co. Clare ; 939. 
Hogg, Londonderry, before 1725 ; 136. 
Hoggs, Derbys., Staffs. ; 1283. 
Hoghtox (see Pt. 3 under Haughtox). 
Holdex, Suff., before 1650 ; 1024. 
Holder, Virginia, before 1750 ; 253. 
Holford, Yorks., 1530-1750 ; 1116. 
Holgate, Essex and London, 17th Cent. ; 1019. 
Holgate (see Pt. 3). 
Holland, South Lanes. ; 512. 
Holland, before 1650 ; and see Pt. 3 ; 650. 
tHoLLAND, Halewood, Lanes., 1750 ; 1079. 
Holles, Earl of Clare ; 542. 
Holles, Derbys. and Staffs. ; 1337. 
Hollingworth, London; 151. 
Hollins, North Staffs., before 1500 ; 1313. 
Hollinshead, London, before 1685 ; 707. 
Hollis, Derbys. and Staffs. ; 1337. 
Holman, Devon, Cornw., London ; 652. 
Holmes, any ; 428. 
Holt, Wigan, 17th Cent. : 353. 
Holt, Rochdale, 1600-1S00 : 1327. 
Holway (Holwey, Hollway, Holoway, Hol- 

loway, De Holeway), any ; 651. 
Homax, Westmeath and Queen's Co. ; 454. 
Home ; 1228. 

Hone, Dublin from Marlborough ; 653. 
tHoo, Scotland; 725. 
Hood, Norf. and Suff., 1600-1800 ; 172. 
Hood, Viscounts (see Tibbits). 
Hood (see Pt. 3). 
Hook (Hooke), Hants, and Norf., before 1780 ; 

186. 
Hook, Norwich (18th Cent. ?) ; 655. 
tHooKE, Hants., 18th Cent. ; 1366. 
Hooker ; 1104. 
Hooker ; 1170. 

Hooker, Tonbridge district, Kent ; 1362. 
Hooker (see Vowell). 
Hooker (see Pt. 3). 
Hoofer, Thanet, 17th Cent. ; 656. 
Hoowee ; 830. 

*Hope (Hopetoun Hopes) : 402. 
Hope, cadets of Craighall branch, Lothians, 

Scotland : 1182. 
Hofham, before 1600 ; 1047. 
tHnpKiNS, London, 1617 ; Plymouth, Mass., 
1620 ; 342. 



Hopkins ; 657. 

Hopkins (see Pt. 3). 

Hopper, Black Hedley, Northumb., before 

1700 ; 219. 
Hopper, co. Durham, before 1700; 659. 
Hopwood, Salop, before 1770 ; 660. 
Hordmax, Lines.. 17th Cent. ; 1197. 
Horne, any ; 789. 
Horxe, Sussex ; 983. 
Horsey, Dorset, Somerset ; 1016. 
Horsfall, any ; 681. 
Horsfield, any ; 661. 
Horsmax, Rutland ; 1019. 
Hough (the Bishop's family ; Bp. of Wore, 
and Cov. 1717, Lichfield 1699, Oxford 
1690) ; 663. 
Hough, Chesh., before 1683 ; Bucks Co., Pa., 

after 1683; 662. 
Houghtox, Kingscliffe, Northants. and Kil- 

thorpe, Rutland, before 15S0 ; 341. 
Houlton, Bradford, Trowbridge and Grittle- 
ton, Wilts. (Houltons of Farleigh Castle), 
before 1700 ; 901. 
House (see Howse). 
Houssemayxe, Alen?on, France, &c, 1600- 

1740 ; 415. 
Hovell, Suff. ; 879. 
Howard, Portsea, 18th Cent. ; 207. 
tHowARD, Herts., before 1670 : 654. 
Howard, Croglin, Cumb. ; Dublin, 17 th Cent. ; 

665. 
Howard, Croglin. Cumb., after say 1650 ; 666. 
Howard, Portsea (Portsmouth), end of 1700 ; 

667. 
Howard, Whitehead Wood, Park Southampton, 

and London ; 1750-1850 ; 667. 
■(-Howard, Kerry ; 800. 
Howard, England ; 1020. 
Howard, Bridgewater, Mass., U.S.A. ; 1085. 
Howard (see Pt. 3) . 
Howarth, Birtle, nr. Burv, Lanes., 18th Cent. ; 

668. 
Howitt, Chicjwell, Essex, from Notts. ; 1082. 
fHowLET, Suff., 18th Cent. ; 848. 
Howlett, Norfolk : 670. 
Howse (House). Herts., Berks., 17th Cent. ; 

1035. 
Hoylaxd, W.R. Yorks., Notts., Lines., Derbys., 

1500-1700 ; 671. 
Hoyle, Yorks. and Dublin after 1650 : 743. 
Hudsox, 1500-1700 ; 275. 
Hudsox, Sheffield, before 1770 ; 659. 
Hudson, Cockermouth, 17th Cent. ; 1249. 
Huet, 17th Cent. ; 629. 



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Huggins, any, 17th Cent. ; 148 and 149. 

Hughes, Gwerclas ; 777. 

Hughes, Monmouth, before 1710 ; 849. 

Huling, any ; 674. 

tHuLL, Marpool Hall, Devon, 1500-1700 ; 222. 

fHuLL, Somersets, and Chesh., 16th Cent. ; 675. 

Hulse, Tetton, Chesh., 17th Cent. ; 250. 

Humann ; 1338. 

Humble, co. Durham, 1663 ; 698. 

Hume, family of Bishop of Salisbury, before 
17 10 ; 508. 

Hume, Wedderburn ; 898. 

Hume (see Pt. 3). 

•fHuMPHRiES, Herts., 18th Cent. ; 482. 

Humphries alias Powell, Painswick, Gloucs., 
before 1695 ; 707. 

Humphrey (see Pt. 3). 

Hunt, Jerpoint, co. Kilkenny ; 739. 

Hunt (see Pt. 3). 

Hunter, Ayrshire, from 1569 : 677. 

Hunter-Arundell, Dumfriesshire ; 677. 

Hunter-Blair, Ayrshire ; 677. 

*Huntingtox, America ; 296. 

Huntington, England ; 922. 

Huntingdon, Earls of (see St. Lize). 

Hurd, England, 13th Cent. ; Scandinavia, Ger- 
many, &c. ; New England, 1623 ; 780. 

Hurford, Devon and Somerset, 1500-1700 ; 
626. 

Hurlock, Essex and London ; 1042. 

Hurt, Dcrbys. ; 842. 

He son, Tenterden, Kent, before 1600 ; 628. 

Hussey, Rha (or " Rath "), co. Kerry, 1550- 
1650 ; 679. 

Hussey, Mulhussey, co. Meath, and Donore, 
co. Kildare ; 739. 

Hussey, Lines, or Bourne, 1724 ; 1202. 

Hussey, any ; 1310. 

Hutchinson, Helwith, Richmond, Yorks. ; 571. 

Hutchinson, Carrickfergus, 1765-1S45 ; 636. 

Hutchinson, any before 1800 ; 681. 

Hutchinson : 1104. 

Huthwaite, Yorks., Som., Home and Eastern 
Counties, Quaker period ; 150. 

Hutton, Stirling and Glasgow ; 796. 

Huxley, Middx., 151. 

Huxley, Middx., 1600-1700 ; 164. 

Hyde (see Pt. 3). 

Hyne (Hine, Hynes), Devon, Somerset, Corn- 
wall ; 683. 

Hynes, Cork and Somerset, 1650-1907 ; 526. 

Hyrne, Norf., abt. 1700 ; 704 

Hyslop, Dumfriesshire ; 684. 

I' ANSON, Yorks. ; 983. 



Ibbotson, Wharfedale ; 1083. 

Ibotson, Spaw House, nr. Rotherham anj 

Sheffield ; 1255. 
Ide, any, except U.S.A. ; 685. 
Iden, Kent, before 1600 ; 724. 
Immendorf, Central Germany ; 1090. 
Ind (see Yeend). 
Ingalls, Lines., 17th Cent. ; 466. 
Ingilby (Ingleby) ; 491. 
Inglose, Ashby, nr. Lowestoft ; 260. 
tlNGRAM, Worcs. ; 230. 
Inman, Sunderland, before 1750 ; 61. 
Inman, before 1539, probably Nidderdale or 
Craven, Yorks. ; 1539-1774, Nidderdale ; 
1745-1826, Lancaster ; 687. 
Innes, Balvenie, Banffshire ; 1040. 
Inskeep, N.J. 1708, Staffs, previous ; 1286. 
Iore, any ; 695. 

Irving, Walton, Cumb., 18th Cent. ; 1138. 
Irwin. Streamstown, co. Sligo, 1690-1850 ; 94. 
Irwin, Ireland to Philadelphia, Pa. ; 944. 
Irwin, Cumb., before 1640 ; 1122. 
•flRWiNG (Irwin, Erwin), Tanrego or Streams- 
town, Sligo, and West of Ireland ; 257. 
Isaacson, Newcastle and Durham, 1600-1S00 ; 

244. 
Isaacson, Gateshead, Durham ; 898. 
Isham, Northants., London, Kent, 1500-1700 ; 

688. 
f Jackman, Exeter, before 1600 ; emigrated to 

America, 1633 : 689. 
IJackson, New Hampshire, U.S.A., before 

1791 ; 715. 
t Jackson, Cumb. or Westmorland ; 1168. 
Jackson, Whitehaven, 17th Cent. ; 1249. 
Jackson (see Pt. 3). 

J ago, Cornwall and Ireland, 1600- 1750 ; 565. 
Jalland, Notts. ; 870. 
James, 1754; 321. 
James, Durham, Cumb. and Staffs., 17th Cent. ; 

690. 
James, France ; 728. 

j Jameson, Virginia, U.S.A., iSth Cent. ; 293. 
Janes (originally Jeans), Salem, Mass., in 

1734; 1285. 
tJarvis, Atherston. Leics. ; 1064. 
Jason, Enfield ; 831. 

Jason, Kendal. Westmorland., 1300-1500; 957. 
Jeans (see Janes). 
Jeffcott, Kerry, before 1785 ; 120. 
Jeggo, Essex ; 355. 
Jenkins, Bishopwearmouth, about 1670-1700 ; 

61. 
Jenner, Sussex ; 789. 



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PART II. 



Jenney, Truro, 1779 and 1818 ; 321. 
•Jennings, Chesh. and Salop, 15th Cent., 

subsequently London and Kent ; 691. 
Jennings (see Pt. 3 under Dalsney). 
Jepson, Lines, and Notts., 1600-1800 ; 692. 
tjERARD, Chilton, before 1600 ; 851. 
Jermin, Wickham Bishops, 1660; 397. 
Jervis, Birmingham and Moseley, 18th Cent. ; 

694. 
Jewer (Jewers), any ; 695. 
Job, So. Devon and Cornwall ; 343. 
John, any ; 1168. 
Johns (Joiines), Lelant, Cornwall, and Hafod, 

i Wales; 696. 
Johnson, Beverley, Yorks., 1737 ; 698. 
Johnson, Rutland and Surrey ; 716. 
Johnson, Cubley ; 1037. 
Johnson, Sheen and Longnor, Staffs. ; 1144. 
Johnson (see Pt. 3). 
tJoHNSTON, Ireland, co. Kerry, before 1789 ; 

448. 
Johnston, Ireland, 1680-1830 ; 479. 
Johnston, Westraw, Lanarks., 1455-1700 ; 700. 
Johnston, Fermanagh ; 703. 
Johnston, Warriston, Scotland, abt. 1620- 

1680; 704. 
Johnston, Dumfries, Fermanagh, &c. ; 1048. 
Johnston, Littlemount, co. Fermanagh, 1600- 

1800; 1204. 
Jonhston (see Pt. 3 under Johnston and 

Johnson). 
Johnstone, Moffat (Chevalier James), 18th 

Cent.; 644. 
Johnstone, Galabank, Annan, since 1300 ; 655. 
Joicey (see Jowsey). 
Jolliffe, Dorset ; 89. 

Jones, London and Berks., before 1800 ; 89. 
Jones, Carmarthen, Dublin, Moneyglass, co. 

Antrim, before 1700 ; 341. 
Jones, co. Wexford, 1600-1S00 ; 344. 
tJoNES, Bucks Co., Pa., U.S.A., 18th Cent. ; 

573. 
Jones, Glamorgan to abt. 1600 ; later Dublin 

and Headfort, co. Leitrim ; 706. 
Jones, Greenham Barton, Ashbrittle, Somerset, 

before abt. 1650 ; Cameley, Somerset, abt. 

1690 ; 1162. 
Jones (see Pt. 3). 
"Jordan, Lanes., 1700-iqoo ; 338. 
Jordan, any. especially Ireland ; 952. 
Jordan, Virginia, U.S.A. ; 1090. 
Joibert, Huguenot ; 641. 
Jour (originallv Le Jour. temp. Edw. I), any ; 

695. 



Jourdain, Huguenot ; 709. 

Jower, any ; 695. 

Jowsey (Joysey, Joicey), Earsdon, North- 

umb., 1600-1900 ; 1072. 
Joysey (see Jowsey). 
Julius, St. Kitts, 18th Cent. ; 1006. 
Jure, any ; 695. 
Kaerdiff (Kerdif), Gloucs. and Walton, 

Cardiff (formerly " Walton Kerdiff "), nr. 

Tewkesbury ; 404. 
Kant, any ; 1105. 
Kay, Lanes. ; 366. 
Kearney (see Pt. 3). 
fKEATS, London ; 725. 
Keay, Chesh., and Salop ; 777. 
Keeling, Staffs., 17th Cent. ; 482. 
Keep (see Pt. 3). 
Kehrt (see Cart). 

Keith, Ravelston, co. of Edinburgh ; 702. 
Kellett, Dunston Hall, Norwich ; 887. 
IKellogg, Wales, before 1653; 715. 
JKelly, Ballynakill, Oueen's Co., before 1800 ; 

948. 
Kemeys, Ireland, 1650-1750 ; 717. 
Kemmis, Ireland, 1650-1750 ; 717. 
Kemp (Kempe), British and Colonial ; 1100- 

1900 ; (and see Pt. 3) ; 645. 
Kemp, Essex ; 718. 
Kemp, Christchurch, Hants. ; Poole ; New 

Forest; 1600-1800 ; 719. 
tKEMSHEAD, Northampton. 1S11 ; 720. 
Kendal, Yorks. ; Ripon, Knaresbro' and Ask- 

with or Weston, also " nr. Lichfield " (Ham- 

merwich) ; all before 1700 ; 721. 
Kendrick, Lanes., Salop, &c, from 1500 ; 

1062. 
Kenifeck, Cork, before 1S00 ; Wales before 

1720 ; 822. 
Kennedy, Ireland, before 1795 ; from Scot- 
land ; 350. 
Kenney (Kinne, Kinney), England ; Holland 

to Salem, Mass., before 1650 ; 944. 
IKennet, Durham ; 396. 
Kennon, Virginia, before 1685 ; 253. 
Kenrick, Lanes., Salop, &c, from 1500 : 1062. 
Kentish, Herts., 1600-1800 ; 1019. 
Kenwrick, Lanes., Salop. <xc, from 1500 ; 1062. 
Keon, Keonsbrook, Moreagh. New brook and 

Brendrum, co. Leitrim. and of Dublin ; 

before 1820 ; 1049. 
fKERDUEL, Bretagne, before 1700 ; 1076. 
Kerr, Scotland, after 1700 ; 245. 
Kerr, Kildrummv, Aberdeenshire, before 1600 ; 

1153. 



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Kett, Norf.; 1102. 

Keyes, Brockky and St. Radegunds, Kent, 

1528-1571 ; 509. 
Keyes, England to Boston, Mass., 1630 ; 723. 
Keyte, Alcestcr, 16th Cent. ; 393. 
Keyte (Keyt), Camden, Gloucs. ; 827. 
Kiblinger, Germany, 1720 ; 278. 
Kilburn, Wood Ditton, Cambs., Engl., 1575- 

1633 ; Rowley, Mass., and Weather srield. 

Conn., U.S.A., 1633 ; 46. 
Kimball, Rattlesden, Sufi., 1033 ; 1124. 
Kimberley, Bromsgrove, Wore. ; 1109. 
Kincaid, any ; 202. 
King, Ribleton Hall, Chesh. ; 168. 
King, Dublin, 1600-1725 ; 301. 
King ; 632. 

King, Easthom, Mass., 1750 ; 633. 
King, co. Dublin ; 815. 
♦Kingdon, West of England ; 531. 
tKiNGSMiLL, before 1650 ; 851. 
Kinne or Kinney (see Kenney). 
Kinsman, Kettering district, about 16th Cent. ; 

144. 
Kirby, Middletown, Conn., U.S.A., after 1650 ; 

6. 
Kirkbride, Ellerton, Cumb., 1500-1600 ; 630. 
Kirkpatrick, co. Antrim, and Closeburn, 

N.B.; 739. 
Kirkpatrick. Closeburn, before 1700 ; 1134. 
Kitts ; 684. 

Knapton, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Knatchbull, Mersham Hatch, Kent ; 141. 
Knevett, at Ealing, Middx., in 1708 ; 382. 
Knight ; 657. 
Knight, (see Pt. 3). 
Knightley, any ; 727. 
Knott, Kent and East Sussex ; 789. 
Knott, Winchester and Sussex ; 900. 
Knowles, Lanes. ; 366. 
Knowles, Egham, Surrey ; 1186. 
*Knox, Ireland ; 531. 
fKNOx, Ballina. Sligo ; 1349. 
Kock (Cooke), Pcnna., U.S.A. .before 1780 ; 350. 
Koechlin, any ; 728. 
Koentger (see Conger). 
Koniger (see Conger). 

Kountz, Penna., U.S.A., before 1800 ; 350. 
tKRUEGER, Stolp, Pomerania ; 122. 
Kuypersley, North Staffs., before 1500 ; 1313. 
1La B'alme (La Baume) ; 1276. 
Laban, King's Co. ; 653. 
Labouchere, France, before 1800 ; 1282. 
Labrijn (La Brijn, Lebrin, Labaren), Bel- 
gium and France, 1500-1700 ; 730. 



Lacharn (see Laughorne). 
fLACON, Ivington, Leominster,' 1700 ; 993. 
•JLacy, before 1450; 851. 
Lacy, Dublin, before 1820 ; 1049. 
Lacy (see De Lacy). 
Ladd ; 1363. 

Lake, Normanton, Yorks., before 1575 ; Bis- 
hops Norton, Lines., 1 570-1670 ; 731. 
Lambert, Northumb., up to 1700 ; 1048. 
Lambert (see Pt. 3). 
Lamberts, Walsingham, Norf., before 1800 : 

980. 
Lamont, Knockdow and Lamont, Argyllshire ; 

732. 
Lamprey, N. Devon and Dublin, 1398-16S5 : N. 

America, 18th Cent. ; 733. 
Lamprey (see Pt. 3). 
Lampson (Lamson), Ridgewell, Essex, before 

1635; 735. 
Lancashire, Lanes. ; 1233. 
Lancaster, Warws., before 1700 ; 584. 
Lancaster, Chesh., Lanes., Sussex ; before 

1800; 681. 
Lancaster, any ; 736. 
Landor, Staffs., from 1500 ; 737. 
Lane, Ryelands, Hereford ; 739. 
Lane, Cowarth, Berks., before 1700; 931. 
Langdon. Dorset, Devon, Cornwall, especially 

" Tobias " ; 69. 
Langdon, Cornwall, after 1600 ; 245. 
Langdon, any, especially Jackobstow, Cornw.. 

16th Cent. (?) (and see Pt. 3) ; 740. 
Langford, cos. Som., Wilts, and Dorset chiefly ; 

941. 
Langhorne, Pembroke ; 393. 
Langhorne, London, Westmorland, Sec., before 

1700 ; 742. 
Langley, Lines., 1650-1750 (and see Pt. 3) ; 

790. 
Langrishe, co. Kilkenny and Hants. ; 950. 
Langstaff, any ; 778. 
Langton, Brouehton Tower, later Kirkham ; 

430. 
Langton, England, before 1650 ; 741. 
fLANGTON, Cumb. ; 1168. 
Lapage, W. R. Yorks., 17th Cent. ; 745. 
Lapham, Devon, before 1650 ; 1226. 
Lapham (see Pt. 3). 
Larkins, before 1720 ; 980. 
Lart, London ; 746. 
Larvis (see Lavis). 
La Serre (De Serre), France and Guernsey ; 

747. 
|Latham, Little Knowsley, Lanes. ; 266. 



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PART II. 



fLATHAM ; 586. 

Lauder, any, especially Berwick and Had- 
dington shires ; 748. 

Lauder, The Bass, before 1550 ; 802. 

Lauderdale; 1228. 

Laughorne (Lacharn), Pembrokes. and Car- 
marthen ; 32. 

Laws (Lav-isse, -ies, -ish, -ice, -ise, -es, -as, 
-ers, Levis, Levis, Leavis, Larvis), &c. ; 
Devon, Cornw., Somerset and S.W. of 
England ; 705. 

Law or Lawe, Kildare, Dublin, Cork, &c. ; 386. 

•Lawrance, Aberdeenshire, before 1690 ; 749. 

Lawrence, Truro, 1787 ; 321. 

Lawrence, Lawrencetown, co. Down ; 1349. 

fLAWs ; 1012. 

Laybank, any ; 530. 

Laycock, Kildwick, Knot in Lothersdale and 
Horncastle, Lines., 1600-1800 ; 750. 

Laycock, Yorks., before 1700 ; 930. 

Layton, Berks., 1700-1800 ; 497. 

Layton, any ; 759. 

Leach (Leech), especially of Lanes., Chesh., 
Yorks. ; 752. 

Leacroft, Stone, 1600-1700 ; 737. 

Leadbeater ; 830. 

Leavis (see Lavis). 

Lebrin (see Labrijn). 

Le Cat, Norf. ; 1102. 

Le Convers (see Converse). 

Le Corgne De Marle (see De Marle). 

Ledlie, Antrim, 1790-1815 ; 1200. 

Lee, Batley, Yorks. ; 549. 

Lee, Nayland, Suff., 1700-1900 ; 587. 

Lee, Salop, after about 1150 ; Virginia, after 
about 1640 ; Wilts., after 1690 ; Bucks., 
1653; 751. 

Lee, Tipperary, 1650 ; England, Ditchley 
House, 1500, &c. ; 800. 

Lee, Devon, especially S.E. ; 1047. 

Lee, England; Va. from 17th Cent.; 1113. 

Lee, Woodford, Essex, 17th Cent. ; 1357. 

Leech, Tideswell, Derbys. ; 433. 

Leech (see Leach). 

Leeman (see Leman). 

Le Riche (see St. Lize). 

Leslie, Glasslough, co. Monaghan ; 472. 

Leslie, Scotland, from nth Cent. ; 965. 

Leslie, Aikenway, Banffshire; 1040. 

Le Strange, Salop, Norf., 1100-1500 ; 763. 

Le Vavasseur (see Pt. 3). 

Leventhorpe, Shingley, Herts., 1650 ; 457. 

Leveson-Gower, Trentham, Starts. ; Titsey, 
Surrey ; Bill Hill, Berks. ; 764. 



Levesque, Huguenot ; Spitalfields ; Nor- 
mandy ; 1650-1850 ; 34. 
Levett, London, 1600-1800 ; 814. 
Levis or Levis (see Lavis). 
Lewin, Leics. (Barkby, 1570-1850 ; Thrussing- 

ton Grange, 1670-1820) ; 56. 
Lewis, any ; 765. 
Lewis, Chingford and Ingatestone, Essex, from 

Newtown, Mon. ; 1082. • ! 

Lewis, Amman Valley, Glamorganshire, before 

1800 ; 1230. 
Lewis, Glamorgans. ; 1247. 
Lewis (see Pt. 3). 

Leyss (LeyssiCs), Scotland (probably Aber- 
deenshire), Germany, Holland ; 1264. 
Liddell, North Shields, Northumb. or Great 

Yarmouth ; 766. 
fLiGNE, Hainaut, before 1300 ; 367. 
Lees, Friarmere, Saddleworth, Yorks., before 

1600; 1241. 
Le Feyvre, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Legatt, W. Sussex, before 1800 ; 982. 
Le Geyt, any ; 122. 
Leigh, Batley, Yorks. ; 549. 
Leigh, from West Legh and Adlington ; 758. 
Leighton, any ; 759. 
Le Jeune, France or West Indies before 1800 ; 

141. 
Le Jour (see Jour). 
Leman, Lines. ; 488. 
Leman (or Leeman), Suff., Norf., and Croft, 

Lines. ; before 1700 ; 753. 
Le Marchant, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Le Mercier (see Pt. 3 under Mercier). 
Le Mesurier, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Lempriere (see Pt. 3). 
Lennard, Kent and Sussex ; 760. 
Leonard, alleged to be " a descendant of the 

Tudors"; 207. 
-^Leonard, Norf. or Kent ; 230. 
Le Pelley, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Le Quesne (see Pt. 3). 
Likeman, Brighton, before 1750; 1122. 
Lilli bridge ; 657. 
Lillie (Lilly), Scotland and Engl., before 

1658 ; 767. 
Limrick, Derry, before 1740 ; co. Cork, before 

1830 ; Calcutta, &c. ; 386. 
Lincoln, Norf., before 1650 ; 680. 
Lind, principally Scotland ; 72. 
Lind, Aberdeenshire, before and after Rebellion 

of 1745 ; 768. 
Lindoe, any ; 62. 
Lineberry, Germany, 1700 ; 1308. 



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Lingard, East Chesh., 1400-1500 ; 1247. 

Lingen, East Chesh., 1400-1500 ; 1247. 

Linnell (see Pt. 3). 

■fLiNSLEY, South-West of London, 1630 ; 318. 

Linter, Hants., before 1700 ; 1337. 

Linthwaite (LYNTHWAYTE), Saddleworth and 
Linthvvaite, nr. Huddersfield, about or be- 
fore 1600 ; 1241. 

Lionberger, Germany, 1700 ; 1303. 

Lissant, Somerset, before 1600 ; 772. 

Lissant (see Pt. 3). 

Lister, Yorks. before 1650 ; co. Roscommon 
from 1560 ; 386. 

Lister, Covenham Abbey, Yorks. ; 1346. 

Liston ; 669. 

Litherland, Liverpool, &c. ; 1219. 

Litler, Great Budworth, 1600-1800 ; 737. 

Little, Thornhill or Rainhill, Cumb. or Dum- 
friesshire, abt. 1490 or 1500; 1022. 

Littleton, 1600-1800 ; 602. 

Ltvesey, Haulgh and Tonge, Lanes., before 
1700 ; 773. 

•fLiVESLY, Ireland ; 1168. 

Livett, Beds, and Hunts. ; 774. 

Livingston (see Pt. 3). 

Llewellyn, Glamorgans. ; 1247. 

Lloyd, Rhagat, co. Merioneth, 1400-1600 ; 331. 

Lloyd (Floyd, Floud), Chevening, Kent, 
17th Cent. ; 331. 

Lloyd, N. Wales, especially Llannefydd, Den- 
bighs. ; 493. 

Lloyd, Ffos-y-Bleiddied, Cardigans. ; Pound, 
Devon ; Danyrallt, Carmarthens., before 
1825 ; 776. 

Lloyd, Plymog, Denbighs. ; 777. 

Lloyd, Frogmore, Hertford; 991. 

Lockyer, Somerset and Dorset, before 1780 ; 
580. 

Lockyer, Middx. ; 1337. 

tLoGAN, any ; 1168. 

fLoMAX, Lanes. ; 777. 

Lombard, settled Cape C d. 1632, Mass. 
U.S.A. ; 485. 

Lombard (see Lumbard). 

Long, any ; 270. 

Long, Cambs., Suit. ; 742. 

Longley, Kent ; 776. 

Longstaff, any ; 778. 

Loocock, Yorks., about 1700-1760 ; 764. 

tLooK-, Edgartown, Mass., 18th Cent. ; 936. 

Lord, England, nth Cent. : Lourdes, France ; 
New England. 1635 ; 780. 

Lord (see Pt. 3). 

tLoRiNG, any before 1750 ; 777. 



Loudon, Scotland to Dutch Indies, abt. 1800 • 

1266. 
Loughton, of or nr. Bucks., before 1800 ; 1005. 
Louvel (see Pt. 3). 
Love, Ballyconnel, co. Cavan, before 1770 • 

822. 
Love, Md., U.S.A., before 1800 ; 1345. 
Love joy, any ; 781. 
Lovewell or Lovell (see Pt. 3). 
Lovibond, about 1750 ; 775. 
Lovibond, Edinburgh, 1753 ; 1158. 
Lowe, Tynmore, Staffs., iOth Cent. ; 128. 
Lowe, Worcs. and Salop ; 1193. 
Lowe, Brancepeth, co. Durham ; 1227. 
Lowton, London, 1S00 ; 1315. 
Lubbock, Norwich ; 102. 
Lucas, Monmouth, 1780 ; 300. 
Lucas, Cumb., before 1700 ; 319. 
Lucas, Suffolk and Essex, from 1400 ; 788. 
Lucas, any ; 789. 
Lucas, Suff., Essex, Ireland, S. Wales and 

Lines. ; 1197. 
■fLucKLY, Cupar, Fife ; 230. 
Luddington, Lines., 1650-1750 (and see Pt. 3) ; 

790. 
Luddington, Lines., before 1800 ; 1066. 
Ludington, Lines., 1650-1750 ; 790. 
Ludlam, Derbys., Yorks. ; 435. 
Ludlow, Somerset, Wilts., Hants., originally 

Salop ; 1016. 
Lufkin, 1500-1650 ; 20. 
Luke, West of Scotland ; 202. 
fLuMBARD (Lombard), Kent, before 1630 ; 

792. 
Lumbard (Lombard), in America since 1630 ; 

792. 
Lumley, Stansted, W. Sussex ; 859. 
Lumpkin (Lumkin), 1500-1625 ; 1301. 
Lupton, Wharf edale ; 1083. 
Lutenor, any ; 108. 
Lydiat, any, especially Oxfords. ; 425. 
Lye, London and Somerset, 1600-1800 ; 357. 
Lygon (see Pyndar). 
Lynam, Adamstown, before 1650 ; 106. 
Lynthwayte (see Linthwaite). 
Lyon ; 1326. 
Lyon (see Pt. 3). 
Lyster, Yorks. before 1650 ; co. Roscommon 

from 1560 ; 386. 
Lytelcote, Wilts, and Kent ; 900. 
Lyttleton, 1600-1800 ; 602. 
Maberly, Southern, South Western and Home 

Counties, iSth Cent. ; 795. 
Maberly, Surrey and Middx. ; 992. 



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Mabey, Norf., Southampton ; 1251. 
Macarthy (see Pt. 3 under Carte). 
Macbean, Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 
McBryde, Wigtonshire ; 796. 
Macburney (Burney), Great Hanwood, &c, 

Salop, 1600-1750 ; 220. 
Macburney, Shrewsbury, J as. I. ; 221. 
McBurney, Shrewsbury ; 221. 
fMcCABE, Ireland; 1168. 
{McCarthy, co. Cork ; 797. 
{McCarthy, co. Cork, before 1850 ; especially 

MacCarthy More branch ; 7S9. 
McClacherty (or Clachrie), Galloway, N.B. ; 

343. 
McClure, Raphoe, 1700 ; Down, 1608 ; Scot- 
land, 1400-1600 ; 800. 
McCombie, Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 
McConnell, Londonderry, before 1800 ; 116. 
Macdonald, Kintyre, 1500- 1700 ; 168. 
Macdonald, Clanranald, Arisaig, Inverness-shire, 

1120-1900 ; 1099. 
M' Donald, Isle of Skye, before 1800 ; 711. 
McFarren, North Co'., Pa., 1720 ; 420. 
fMcFERRAN, Pennsylvania ; 13. 
McGauran (McGovern), Barony of Tullyhaw, 

co. Cavan ; 804. 
McGhie, Balmaghie, Galloway, N.B. ; 343. 
McGilchrist (Gilchrist), Loch Lomond; 
Lennox, Renfrew, Bute, Iona, Scotland 
generally ; 802. 
Macgillivray, Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 
MacInerney, Coolmeen, co. Clare, before 1800 ; 

805. 
Mackay, Bighouse ; 58. 
Mackay, Auldanrinnie, and Duardbeg, Suther- 

landshire ; 274. 
Mackay ; 1267. 
Mackenzie, Kintail and Seaforth, Ross-shire, 

1300-1815 ; 23. 
Mackenzie, Inverness, 1700-1760 ; 807. 
Mackerness, Northants. ; 789. 
Mackie (see Pt. 3). 

McKillop, Stirling and Glasgow ; 796. 
Mackintosh (Macintosh) ; 806. 
Mackintosh, Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 
McLaren, Stirling and Argyllshire ; 796. 
Maclean, Shuna and Islay, Argyllshire ; 274. 
Maclean, Dochgarroch, Inverness-shire ; 808. 
McLean, Islay ; 809. 

Maclean, Isle of Skye and South Uist ; 810. 
MacLeod, Bracadale and Glcndale. Isle of Skye ; 
St. Kilda(i8th Cent.), and Bernera, Harris ; 
810. 
MacLeod, Skye and the Lewes; 811. 



McMahon, Limerick; 1339. 

tMcMiLLAN, North of Ireland, before 1740 ; 813. 

MacMullen (see Mullen). 

McMullen (see Mullen). 

Macnab (of Macnab and Cadets), Perthshire ; 
274. 

Macnaughton, Clackmannan, 1600-1800 ; Liver- 
pool, 1775-1825 ; 635. 

MacNeary (see Neary). 

McNeill, Lossit and Colonsay ; 793. 

Maconchy, Dublin, Tyrone, Derry, Scotland, 
1600-1725 ; 301. 

Maconchy, Cloghog, co. Londonderry and co. 
Tyrone; 815. 

Macphail, Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 

Macpherson, Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 

Macpherson, in or about Banffshire and 
Aberdeenshire ; 817. 

MacQueen, Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 

|MacRa (descendants of McRae), South 
Carolina ; 858. 

McRitchie. Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 

McVittie, Dumfriesshire, before 1745 ; 684. 

MacWilliam (MacYVillie), in or about Banff- 
shire and Aberdeenshire ; 817. 

McWilliams, co. Antrim (Belfast), before 1770 ; 
from Scotland ; 350. 

fMACY, Wilts., 1600-1630 ; 818. 

Madan, any ; 819. 

Madden, Galway ; 820. 

Maddison, Weardale, co. Durham, early ; 439. 

Maddock, Chester; 151. 

Maddock; 1053. 

Maddocks (Maddox), Staffs., 16th Cent. ; 128. 

Maden, any ; 547. 

Maeder, Dublin ; 383. 

tMAHONY, Dromore Castle, co. Kern' ; 679. 

Mahony (0'MAHONY),Cork, Kerry and Limerick, 
1550-1680 ; 822. 

Main or Maine (see Pt. 3, under May). 

Mainprice, Freckenham, Suff., before 1756 ; 
824. 

Mainwaring, Norman, French and English, 
1050-1907 ; 835. 

Maish ; 39. 

Maitland, Eccles, Dumfries, N.B. ; 826. 

Majolier, Languedoc, France ; 827. 

Major (see Mauger). 

Makgill ; 360. 

Malherbe, Standerwick, co. Somerset ; 1176. 

Maling (see Pt. 3). 

Mallet, Somerset to 1500 ; of Ash (Devon) 
since 1500 ; 157. 

Malone ; 830. 



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Malpas, Ranelagh, 1780 ; 508. 

fMALTBY, Norwich, 17th Cent. ; 143. 

Manley, Kettering district, abt. 16th Cent. ; 144. 

Manley, Devon and Somerset ; 831. 

Manley (see Pt 3). 

Manley (see Pt. 3, under Maxwell). 

Manliffe (Manly) ; 830. 

Mann (extinct baronetcy), Ipswich, before 

1700 ; 964. 
Mannering (see Pt. 3). 
Manners, Yorks., especially N. and E. Riding, 

from 1500, especially 18th Cent. ; 832. 
Manning, any ; 833. 
Manning, Northants., Kent, Sussex, Gloucs., 

Norf., &c. ; 834. 
Manning, Downe, Kent, before 1630; 915. 
Mansell, Weymouth, Swanage and Sherbourne, 

Dorset, before 1700 ; 379. 
Manson (see Pt. 3). 

Manwaring, American, 1590-IQ07 ; 835. 
Maples, Lines, and Yorks. ; 836. 
March, 1500-1650 ; 20. 
March, any ; 910. 
Marchant, Bath ; 549. 
Markes, Northants., 17th Cent. ; 549. 
Markey, Reynoldstown, co. Louth, before 1650 ; 

921. 
Markham, Northants. ; 838. 
Marlborough, Duke of (see Pt. 3, under 

Godfrey). 
Marley, any, however spelt ; 839. 
Marr, Scotland ; 1264. 
Marrett, before i6qo ; 265. 
fMARROw, London, before 1500 ; 851. 
Marsh, Deanprior, Engl, 1619 ; 277. 
fMARSH, 365. 
Marsh, Ireland ; 516. 
Marshall ; 370. 

Marshall, W. Sussex, before 1800 ; 982. 
Marshall, Devon ; 1351. 
Marshman, Wilts, and Somerset, before 17^0 : 

1307. ' 

Marten, Surrey, Sussex, &c. ; 90. 
fMARTEN, Stiff. ; 230. 
Martin, Surrey, Sussex, &c. ; 90. 
Martin, Ireland and New Eng., about 1750 ; 

294. 
Martin, Salisbury, Wilts., and Guernsey ; 379. 
Martin, Ringmer, Sussex, before 1750 ; 598. 
Martin, Felpham, nr. Bognor, 1S00-1850 ; 768. 
Martin, Tullyvin, co. Cavan, before 1800 ; 822. 
Martin ; 842. 
*Martin, Leicester, 1G54 ; later in Gotham and 

Warsop, Notts. ; 843. 



Martin, Woking, Surrey and Whitney, Oxford, 

1400- 1 800 ; 931. 
Martin, Withysbush, co. Pembroke; 991. 
Martin, (see Pt. 3). 
Martineau, Huguenot ; 844. 
Marton (see Pt. 3, under Randall). 
Martyn, Surrey, Sussex, &c. ; 90. 
Martyn, probably London, 1500- 1720 ; '756. 
Martyn (Martin), Dorset ; 1016. 
Martyn (see Pt. 3). 
Mascall, Sussex ; 89. 
Mason ; 132. 
Mason, before 1630 ; 136. 
fMASON ; 365. 
Mason, Beds., Northants. and London, 1500- 

1800; 643. 
Mason, Norf., Suff. and Yorks., 1634 '> 845. 
Mason, of Ireland (Monck-Mason, including 

Monck) and Yorks. ; 950. 
Mason, Dent, Yorks., before 1800 ; 1226. 
Mason, Coningsby, Lines., 18th Cent. ; 1372. 
Mason, Leics., 18th Cent. ; 1374. 
Mason (see Monck-Mason). 
Massie, Chesh., before 1800 ; 681. 
Masterson, Nantwich, Chesh., after 1700 ; 700. 
Matheson, Oldgate, Morpeth, 1718 ; 846. 
Mathew, Shaston, Dorset, 18th Cent. ; 571. 
Mathews ; 657. 
Mathews, Norwich and Truro, before 1750 ; 

849. 
Matlack (Matlock), anv ; 1172. 
Maton (Matyn), S. and E. Wilts. ; 847. 
Matthew (Mathew, Matthews, Mathews), 

any ; 848. 
Matthew, Stansted, W. Sussex, about 1630 ; 

859. 
Matthews, West Midlands ; 850. 
Maturin, Ireland ; 472. 
Maude, Yorks. ; 302. 
Mauger, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Mauger (Major), Hursley, Hants. ; 379. 
Maule, Yorks., Som., Home and East-ni 

Counties, Quaker period ; 150. 
Maule, Irish branch only, 1600-1S00 ; 411. 
Mawburney, Tournament, Smithfield; Richd. 

II.; 221. 
Mawdesley, Parbold and Newuurgh, Lanes. ; 

Mawdesley, both 17th and earlyiSth Cent. ; 

852. 
Mawhood, Yorks. ; 302. 

Maxwell, Munshes and Terraucjhty, Kirkcud- 
brightshire, 1660-1715 ; 820. 
Maxwell, anv (and see Pt. 3) ; 854. 
fMAXWELL, iSth Cent. ; 993. 



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PART II. 



fMAY, South Carolina ; 858. 

May, Sussex, 1590 ; 1348. 

Mayart, Dublin, 17th Cent. ; 665. 

Maychell, Flookburgh, 1702 ; 917. 

Mayhew, Dinton, Wilts. ; 71. 

Maynard, Fulham, London and co. Cork ; 386. 

Mayne, Cornwall ; 855. 

Mayne (see Pt. 3). 

Mayo, any ; 856. 

Mayow, Bray, Cornwall ; 777. 

Meares, Ireland, 16S0-1S30 ; 479. 

fMEDHOP, Medhop Hall, Oxford, before 1600 ; 
1292. 

Meggs, Kent, before 1650 ; 216. 

Meigs, Kent, before 1650 ; 216. 

Mein, Madras, 1795-1S10 ; 393. 

Mellard, any ; 1037. 

Mellersh, Surrey, Sussex, 1450-1900 ; 828. 

Melvill, of Carnbee ; ; England to Holland, 
about 1700 ; 1266. 

Menzies, Pitfodels, Scotland ; 210. 

Menzies, Bolfracks, and Wester Shian, Perth- 
shire ; 274. 

Menzies, Aberdeenshire and Kincardineshire ; 
909. 

Mercer, Kent ; 863. 

Mercer, New England ; 1102. 

Mercer, Hythe ; 1346. 

Mercier, Ireland (Dublin, Portarlington, &c.) ; 
1102. 

Mercier or Mercer (see Pt. 3). 

tMEREDiTH (Meredyth), Denbighshire, Wales, 
before 1530 ; 864. 

Meres, Lines, and London ; 372. 

Meriwether, England to Va., temp. Geo. II. ; 
723. 

Merlburg (see Pt. 3, under De Merlburg). 

tMERRiLLS, Wilts., before 1600 ; emigrated to 
America, 1633 ; 689. 

tMERRY, 15th Cent. ; 551. 

Merryman, New Engl., U.S.A. ; 1141. 

Merryweather, Ringwood, Hants. ; 865. 

Metcalfe, any before 1749 ; 494. 

Metham, Leics. and Notts., 1700-1800 ; 36. 

Meymott, temp. Henry VII. ; 467. 

Meyxott, temp. Henry VII. ; 467. 

Michell, Shipley and Brighton, Sussex ; 462. 

Michell, before 1770. especially Somerset, 
Devon, Dorset ; 867. 

Michell; Gwinear, Lud^van, Liskeard, Corn- 
wall, 1500-1700 ; 868. 

Middlemore, any ; 250. 

Middlemore (see Pt. 3). 

Middletox, London, 1600-1S00 ; 643. 



Middletox, Scotland ; 802. 

Middletox, So. Durham, North. Vorks., before 

1700; 839. 
Middletox, Churchstoke, Montgom., temp. 

Jac. I. ; 914. 
Midgley, de Midgley, Halifax ; Brearey, nr. 

Leeds ; Haworth and Rochdale ; 1400- 

1800; 870. 
Mildexhall, Marridge Hill, Ramsbury, Wilts., 

before 1680 ; 445. 
Miles, London or Ware, Herts., before 1665 ; 

533. 
Millais, any ; 122. 

Millburxe, Westmorland, before 1800 ; 872. 
Miller; 1363. 

Miller (see Pt. 3, under Miller and Mackie). 
fMiLLEY (? Huguenot) ; 764. 
Millichamp, Welsh Marches ; 12S3. 
Millixgchamp, Welsh Marches ; 1269. 
Mills, Knockhall, co. Roscommon, 1700-1S50 ; 

94. 
Mills, any ; 428. 

Mills, Hazel House, Miserden, Gloucs. ; 501. 
Mills, Herts., 1600-1630 ; 501. 
Mills, England ?, later Simsbury, Conn. ; 548. 
Milville, Thorney ; 1034. 
Milward, Derbys., Worcs., Warws., Gloucs., 

1400-1700 ; 957. 
Mixgay, Norf. ; 203. 
Minge, Kent ; 503. 
Minikin, Yorks. ; 1083. 

Mixxs, near or in Norwich, before 1800 ; 878. 
Mixxs (see Mynx). 
Minors (see Mynors). 
Miskey, Berlin, before 1800 ; 584. 
Mitchell, Newport, R.I., and Nantucket; 13. 
Mitchell, before 1770 ; 8S7. 
Mitchell, Queen's Co., 1601-1820 : 330. 
Moates, Yorks., Som., Home and Eastern 

Counties, Quaker period : 150. 
Moffat, Scotland ; 744. 
Mogridge, Exeter, before 1750 ; 1047. 
Molixe, London, before 1700 ; St. "i ou, 

France ; 575. 
Moloxy, co. Clare, 1600-1S00 ; 883. 
Moltzer (see Pt. 3, under Corrox). 
Molyxeux, Engl., Ireland, and America ; 884. 
Momford, Northants., 1500-1750 ; 906. 
Moxck (see Masox). 
Moxck-Masox, Masonsbrook. co. Galway, 

settled 1703 (Masox from Beverley, Yorks. ; 

MoNCK from Potherid^e, Devon) : 886. 
Moxcrieff, Annan and Strathearn ; 1071. 
Monday, Somerset and Devon, before 1735 ; 885. 



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Monoux, Essex, London, 1400-1600 ; 159. 
Mons, Hainaut, before 1300 ; 367. 
Monserrate (see Montserrat). 
Montagu (Montacute), Houghton, Northants., 

15th Cent. ; 888. 
Monteath, Linlithgow, 18th Cent. ; 148 and 

149. 
Montfort (Mountfort, &c), any ; 889. 
Montgomery, Ireland, 1680-1830 ; 479. 
Montgomery, co. Cavan and adjacent counties, 

1700-1770 (and see Pt. 3, under Patter- 
son) ; 890. 
Montserrat (Monserrate), Portugal, Spain, 

France, Ireland, 1600-1725 ; 891. 
Montucci, Florence, Italy, and Edinburgh, 

before 1800 ; 95. 
Moodie, Orkneys ; 1188. 
Moon, Bristol, before 1700 ; 226. 
fMooR, Burlington, Vermont ; 686. 
Moore, Sirsham, Northants., 1675 ; 373. 
Moore, Kent ; Mellifont, co. Down ; Monas- 

terevan, co. Kildare ; 408. 
Moore, Eglantine and Bowley, Ireland ; 472. 
Moore, Ireland, 16S0-1830 ; 479. 
Moore, Moorehayes, Cullompton, Devon, before 

1724 ; 885. 
Moore, Kent, 1600-1641 ; 893. 
Moore, Burgh, nr. Aylsham, Norf. ; 1132. 
Moore, England, 1690 ; 1360. 
Moore (sec Mure). 
More, Lines., 16th Cent. ; 1342. 
Morecock, Kent, 1600-1635 ; 1151. 
Morel, North Staffs., before 1500 ; 1313. 
Moresby, Derby, 18th Cent. ; 1211. 
Morgan, (?), later State of New York ; 

548. 
Morgan, Milnhouses, Stanhope, Durham ; 766. 
Morgan, Millhouses, Weardale, Durham ; 839. 
Morgan, Llantarnam, Monmouthshire, 1500- 

1700 ; cos. Sligo, Galway, Kildare, and 

Limerick, 1600-1800 ; 1299. 
Moriarty, co. Kerry, i8',h Cent. ; 895. 
Moriarty, Kerry, 1600-1800 ; 1080. 
Morice, Werrington, Devon and Cornwall ; 898. 
Morison, Prestongrange, 17th Cent. ; 168. 
Morlan, New Jersey, U.S.A., 1600-1800, and 

England; 897. 
Morley, Essex ; 17th Cent. ; 355. 
Morrey (Murray), Nantwich district, Chesh., 

1600-1800 ; 911. 
Morrice, Betshanger, Kent ; 898. 
Morris, Mountjoy, co. Tyrone, before 1710 ; 

341. 
Morris, Salop, 17th Cent. ; 353. 



Morris ; 622. 

Morris (" Anthony " is the distinctive Christian 

name), London and Leics., before 1654 , 

892. 
Morris, Topsham, Devon ; 900. 
Morris, Castle Salem, Rosscarbery, co. Cork ; 

1010. 
Morris (see Pt. 3). 

Morrison, Hebrides, Scotland, 1600-1725 ; 688. 
♦Morse, to 1635; 1321. 
Mort, Lanes., 1650-1750 ; 429. 
Mort, Wharton Hall, Lanes. ; 430. 
Mortimer, Wilts., Surrey, Gloucs. ; before 

1700 ; 901. 
Mortimer, any, especially Scotland, before 

1600 ; 1105. 
Morton (see Pt. 3, under Randall). 
Morton (see Pt. 3). 
Mosse, co. Kilkenny ; 950. 
Mostyn, Flintshire, Irish branch ; 902. 
Mottley (Motley), Portsmouth ; 667. 
Mottle y, before 1750 ; 1243. 
Mould, Midland Counties, before 1650 ; 125. 
Moule, any of this spelling ; 122. 
Mountford, Northants. and Warw., before 

1650; 1127. 
Mountfort (see Montfort). 
Moxon, Yorks., before 1700 ; 313. 
Moxon, Wakefield, Pontefract, Chigwell, Wood- 
ford ; 904. 
fMoYNiNGS, before 1450 ; 851. 
Mulcaster, Acton, Cumb., before 1750 ; 219. 
Mulcaster, any, especially 1500-1757 ; 905. 
Mullen (Mullan, Mullane, with pronominal? 

O', Mc, and Mac), Sligo, Derry, Galway, 

Tyrone, Antrim, and especially Cork ; 1039. 
Mulock, Ireland, 1600-1800 ; 127. 
Mumford, Northants., 1500-1750 ; 906. 
Munday (Munde, Mundy, Sec), Derbyshire 

(after 16th Cent.), London or elsewhere 

previously ; 908. 
Mundy, Cornw., 17th Cent. ; 907. 
Munsey, before 1690, emigrants England to the 

States; 953. 
Murdoch, Armagh, 1734; 141. 
Murdoch, Gartincaber, Perths., 1600-1800 ; 

222. 
fMuRDOCH, Aberdeenshire, before 1700 ; 749. 
Mure (Moore). Aughnacloy, co. Tyrone, 17th 

Cent. ; 1200. 
Muriel, North Staffs., before 1500; 1313. 
Murray, Scotland to Guilford, Conn., about 

1685 or 1686; 912. 
Murray (see Morrey). 



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PART II. 



Musgrave, Yorks., before 1700; 1337. 

Musgrave, Yorks. ; 1354. 

Musgrave (see Pt. 3). 

Muxloe, Leics. ; 1356. 

Muxloe, Leics., iSth Cent. ; 1357. 

Mynn (Mynnes, Myngs, Minns), Norf. ; 879. 

Mynors (or Minors), Staffs. — viz., Blakenhall, 

1300-1700, and Uttoxeter since 14th Cent. ; 

916. 
Myott, Morton, Staffs. ; 1037. 
Myres, Walney and Preston, 1710 ; 917. 
Myres, any ; 918. 
Nadauld, Derbyshire ; 200. 
Nalson, Yorks. ; 791. 
Nash, Ireland ; cos. Lim., Cork, and Kerry, 

before 1713 ; 448. 
Nash, Brinny, Cork, 1600-1800 ; 800. 
Nash, cos. Cork and Limerick, 1600-1S00, and 

previously said to be of Almon Hall, 

Gloucester ; 919. 
Naunton, principally Suff. ; 1091. 
Naylor, London, 1500-1660 ; 589. 
Neary (MacNeary), Whiterath, co. Louth, Ros- 
common or West of Ireland, before 1700; 921. 
Needham, Derbys., 17th Cent. ; 282. 
Neend (see Yeend). 
Neeson, North of Ireland ; 1168. 
Neff, Switzerland ; 922. 

Negus of Dallinghoo, Suff., 18th Cent. ; 1188. 
Nelson, Bridlington, Yorks. ; 105. 
Nelson, England ; 1308. 
Neve, East Kent, Huguenot family ; 924. 
Nevill, any, especially Eastern Counties (for 

publication) ; 926. 
Nevill, after 1066 ; 927. 
Nevins ; 830. 
Newbold, Scarsdale Hundred, co. Derby, before 

1700 ; 928. 
Newbolt, any ; 929. 
Newcombe, Devon ; 151. 
Newdegate, Warws. ; 146. 
Newell, Gloucs. (?), 17th Cent. ; 190. 
Newell; 1363. 

Newenden, Kent, before 1655 ; 92. 
Newington, Wadhurst, Kent, before 1757 ; 92. 
Newitt, Yorks. ; 1028. 
Newman, Leics., 16th Cent. ; 564. 
Newman, Kent, before 1700 ; 930. 
Newman, Bucks, and Oxon, 1600-1800 ; 1246. 
Newmarch, Herefords., early ; 336. 
Newport, Rushock, Wore, 16th Cent. ; 931. 
Newton, Derbyshire; 131. 
Newton, Eltringham, Northumb., 1600-1800 ; 

162. 



Newton, Hockwell, Norf., before 1900 ; 1066. 

Newton (see Pt. 3). 

Nichols, Exeter, before 1750 ; 1047. 

Nichols (see Nicoll). 

Nicholson, Dumfriesshire and Lanes. ; 50. 

Nicholson, Roundhay Park, Leeds, 1S00 ; 579. 

Nicholson, Wiseton, Notts., before 1685 ; 707. 

Nicholson, Gaynsborough, England, before 

1677; 893. 
Nicklin, any ; 850. 
Nicola, Germany ; 728. 
Nicoll (Nichols), Hendon, Barnet, Finchley, 

Page St., Mill Hill ; 469. 
Nicols (Nichols), France, before 1750 ; 972. 
Nind, any ; 345. 

Nithsdale, " Extinct Peerage "; 223. 
Nithsdale, " Dormant Earldom " ; 854. 
Nixon, Bristol, Gloucs., and co. Fermanagh, 

before 1785 ; 416. 
Nixon, cos. Fermanagh and Cavan ; 1204. 
Nixon, co. Cavan ; 1205. 
Noble, Gloucs. (?), settled in co. Longford ; 179. 
Noble, Staffs., 1500-1700 ; 737. 
Nobles, Cumb.; before 1700 ; 319. 
Noblet (Noblett, Noblit, Xoblitt). localities 

not ascertained outside U.S.A., where first 

record is Feb., 1729 ; 934. 
Noel, Earls of Gainsborough, Gloucs.. and 

Rutland; 227. 
Norbury, London, 1630-1682 ; 807. 
Norman, Dorset ; 983. 
Norman, Devon ; 1212. 
Norris, Speke, 1700 ; 1079. 
Norris, Splate, 1600-1650 ; 1280. 
Northampton, Earls of (see St. Lize). 
fNoRTON, London and Suff., before 1600 ; 851. 
|Norton, Edgartown, Mass., 1600-1S00 ; 936. 
Nottingham, Hunts. ; 789. 
Nottingham, Earl of (see Pt. 3, under Harvey). 
Nouaille, Sevenoaks and London ; 1362. 
fNoYES, Eastern Counties ; 452. 
Noyes; 1363. 

Nunn, Suff., East, before 1800 ; 878. 
Nunn (see Pt. 3). 

Nutt, England, Ireland, U.S.A. ; 937. 
Nye, England, before 1640 ; 1089. 
Nynd (see Yeend). 

fOATES, Yorks. and Essex, before 1500 ; 938. 
O'Brien, Derreen, co. Clare, before 1S00 ; 805. 
O'Byrne (see Byrne). 

O'Connell, Clare and Kerry, 17th Cent.; 1080. 
O'Conor, Kern - , Carrignafoile, Ballincurrig, 

Tralee, &c, before 1750 ; 386. 
O'Farrell, co. Clare, 1750-1S50; 939. 



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•(O'Flynn, any, especially Connaught ; 391. 
Ogden, 17th Cent. (Ireland ? ) ; 261. 
Ogden, Yorks. and Lanes. ; 1233. 
Ogier, England and South Carolina, 1700- 

1907; 1298. 
Ogle, Abshields Farm, nr. Morpeth ; 940. 
Ogwan (see Wogan). 
Ohnwyn or Ohnwine (see Unwin). 
Old, any ; 345. 
Olgeo (see Algeo). 
TOlive, Poole, 1600-1800 ; 1034. 
Oliver, cos. Som., Wilts, and Dorset chiefly ; 

941. 
|Olney, Weston, Bucks., 1450 ; 851. 
O'Mahony (see Mahoxy). 
O'Mullen (see Mullen). 
Onewyn (see Unwin). 
Orde; 132. 
Orde, Wester Newbiggin and Beal, Norham- 

shire and Islandshire, Northumb., 17th 

Cent. ; 320. 
Orme (see Pt. 3). 

Ormerod, Bacup, iSth Cent. ; 1327. 
Ormond, Inveraritv, Forfarshire, before 1600 ; 

1153. 
Orr, co. Antrim (Belfast), before 1770 ; from 

Scotland ; 350. 
TOrton, 16th Cent. ; 551. 
Osborne, Kent, 17th Cent. ; 513. 
Osborne, co. Tipperary ; 532. 
Oslak (see Aslake). 
Oswald, Orkneys, before 1600 ; 1346. 
Ottley, Islands' of St. Christopher, St. Vincent 

and Antigua ; 887. 
Ould, Cornwall ; 1083. 
Overend ; 650. 
Overhand ; 650. 
Overing ; 850. 

Overton, Biddulph, Staffs., abt. 1375 ; 128. 
Owgan (see Wogan). 
Pack, any ; 948. 
Packard (Packer), East Windham, Norf., 

before 1640 ; 928. 
Packard, Windham, Norf., before 1638 ; 1226. 
Packe, 1654-165 5 ; 309. 

Packe, Leics. and Northants.. 17th Cent. ; 465. 
Packer ; 1179. 
Paganel (see Paynell). 
Page, Fillonglev, Warws., before 1700 ; 331. 
Page, Petersfield ; 949. 
Page, Stockton-on-Tees. 1700-1900 ; 1109. 
Paget, Kent and Surrey ; 166. 
Paget, Chipping Norton, Oxon. ; 777. 
Pain (see Payx). 



Paixal (see Payxell). 

Paixe (see Payxe). 

Pakexham ; 950. 

Pakixgtox, Westwood and Ailesbury ; 951. 

Pantox, Turriff, Aberdeenshire ; Wrexham, 

Wales ; 954. 
Pape, Yorks. ; 913. 

fPAPPLETOX, Vermont, U.S.A., 1776; 1192. 
Paravicixi, Italy, France, Switzerland, Ger- 
many, Austria, Holland, England, Spain ; 

339. 
Pardee ; 3S5. 
Park, Furness, 164- ; 109. 
Park (see Pt. 3). 
Parke, Northumb. and Cumb., 17th Cent. ; 

513. 
fPARKE, Essex and W. Suff., before 1630; 

774. 
Parke (Park, Parks), U.S.A. ; 962. 
Parke (see Pt. 3). 

Parker, England, before 1720 ; 659. 
♦Parker, Reading and Lexington, Mass., 1600- 

1800 ; 936. 
Parker, any ; 958. 
fPARKER, Browsholme, 1575 -1650 ; Mass., 

U.S.A., 1635-1900 ; 959. 
Parker, St. Clement Danes, London ; 1006. 
Parkes, Warws. and Worcs. ; 202. 
Parkhurst, Suff., before 1645 ;■ 707. 
Parkixsox, Prescott, Lanes., 1700; 457. 
Parkixsox, North West Yorks. ; North Lanes. ; 

Durham ; Ardee, Ireland ; 980. 
Parmixter, Devon ; 1042. 
Parr; 669. 

Parry, East Greenwich, 1750-1S00 ; 816. 
Parry, any ; 963. 
fPARSOXS, Oxfordshire ; 365. 
Parsons, Wickham Bishops, 1710 ; 397. 
Parsons, Chesh., 1600-1S00 ; 777. 
Parsons, W. Sussex, before 1800 ; 982. 
Parsoxs, Somerset, before 1800 ; 1122. 
Partixgton (see Pt. 3, under " Van Hom- 

righ"). 
Partington". Lanes. ; 1233. 
Partridge, probably Kent, before 1636 ; 268. 
Partridge, Suff., Essex ; 964. 
Pascall, anv ; 980. 
Paschall, Bristol, 17th Cent. ; 892. 
Paschall (? Wales) ; 1124. 
Pasche, anv, especiallv Bergen and Hamburg ; 

122. 
Passmore, Devon ; 437. 
Pastox, Norf., after 1674 ; 417. 
Pastox, Norf., 1400-1700 ; 957. 



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PART II. 



Paston, Salop, Staffs., Warn., 1500-1700 ; 957. 
Paterson, Banff ; Durn, and the Boyne 

generally, Banffshire ;' 274. 
Paton, London, 17th Cent. ; 353. 
Paton, Meadowhead, Fenwick, Ayrshire, 17th 

Cent. ; 967. 
Patten ; 1023. 

Patten, New Engl., U.S.A. ; 1141. 
Patterson (see Pt. 3). 
Pattison, Northants. ; 789. 
Patton, London, 17th Cent., 353. 
jPaul, New Alresford, Hants., before 1736 ; 

968. 
Paul, Yorks. ; 1233. 
Paumier, any ; 68. 
Paunell, Yorks., Lines., Norf., Wilts., Devon, 

&c, 1000-1600, and Surrey, Sussex, Hants., 

Sufi, Kent, Middx., &c, from 1500 ; 969. 
Paxson, Bucks, and Oxfordshire, before i6qo ; 

970. 
Payn (Pain), Lenham, Crundall and Chilham, 

Kent, before 1S00 ; 1250. 
fPAYNE, Yorks. and ? Middx ., 18th Cent. ; 

641. 
fPAYNE, Lulworth St. Andrews, before 1500 ; 

851. 
Payne (Paine), Delaware, before 1783 ; 972. 
Payne, Somersets., before 1S00 ; 1225. 
Paynell (Paganel, Painal, Sec), Yorks., 

Lines., Norf., Wilts., Devon, &c., 1000-1600 ; 

969. 
Peacock, cos. Durham and York. ; 971. 
Peacock, South' of Scotland, before 1700 ; 

972. 
Peacocke (see Pt. 3). 
Peard, cos. Cork and Waterford ; 985. 
Peard, nr. Teignmouth. Devon ; 1351. 
Pearle, Beverlev Park. Yorks., 1666 ; 973. 
tPEARSALL ; 675. 
Pearsall (see Pershall). 
Pearson, York, 1660-1730 ; 974. 
Pearson (Peirson', Person), Rosedale, N. R. 

Yorks., before 1650 ; 975. 
Pease, Baddow Magna, Essex ; 71. 
Peche, any ; 427. 
Peckham ; 976. 
Peckham, East Sussex ; 1006. 
Peckham (see Pt. 3). 
Peddle, Somerset and Dorset, before 1780 ; 

580. 
fPEDERiCK, before 1725 ; 961. 
Peel, Lanes. ; 369. 

Peel (or Peile), Ireland, 1680-1830 ; 479. 
Peele (see Pt. 3). 



Peile (see Peel). 

Peirson (see Pearson). 

Pellatt, Sussex ; 992. 

Pellatt, South Counties and London ; 1058. 

Pelly, 1400-1500 ; 517. 

Pemberton, Pemberton Hall and Halsnaed 
Maur, Lanes., from 1154 ; 758. 

Pemberton, any; 981. 

Penberthy, Lelant, Cornwall ; 696. 

Pendleton (see Pt. 3). 

Penfold, W. Sussex, before 1800 ; S82. 

Penn, Virginia, before 1770 ; 253. 

Penn, any ; 284. 

Penney, South-West of England ; 983. 

Penning (see Fenning). 

Pennington, England, before 1660 ; 943. 

Pennington, Kendal, iSth Cent. ; 884. 

Penrose ; 830. 

Penrose, cos. Cork and Waterford ; 985. 

Penrose, Cornwall ; 1083. 

Peppard, Kilmacow, co. Lim., 1066-1660 ; 309. 

Percival, Yorks. and North of England, 
1500-1900 ; 986. 

Percy (Quakers), Honsae Falls, New York ; 803. 

Percy (see Garwood). 

Perkins ; 1363. 

Perley (Perly), "Wales in England," 1600- 
1630. (Wales, written in 1725 from the pro- 
nunciation, is possibly Walls or Wells) ; 987. 

Perren, any in Southern Counties ; 656. 

Perrin, 1600-1S00 ; 49. 

Perrin, any in Southern Counties ; 656. 

Perrin, Marlborough ; West of Engl. ; be- 
lieved to be of Huguenot origin ; 938. 

Perrotet, Switzerland ; 728. 

Perry, any ; 428. 

Perry, any ; 963. 

Pershall (Pearsall, Peshall) of Pershall, 
Horsley, Gt. Sugnal and The Hawn, 
Staffs., 1500-1700 ; 672. 

Person (see Pearson). 

Perton, Staffs. ; 588. 

Peshall (see Pershall). 

♦Peter, West of England, Ireland ; 531. 

Pett, Suff. ; 879. 

Pettingale, Norf., Suff., 1600-1S00 ; 693. 

Petyt, Yorks. ; 435. 

Peyton, London, 17th Cent. ; 353. 

Phaire (Fair), Cork, temp. Cromwell ; 331. 

Philips, Staffs. ; 989. 

Phillimore (Finntmore. &c.) : any ; 990. 

Phillips, Essex, especially Colchester ; 247. 

Phillips, St. Katherine Cree, London, 566. 

Phillips, Norf., 1593 ; 1348. 



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Phillips ; 1339. 

Phillips, Kilbarth, Southfield and Williamston, 

co. Pembroke, before 1650 ; 991. 
Philpott, Bucks, and Hunts., 1600-1800 ; 906. 
fPHipps (Phips), 1600- 1750 ; 142. 
Phipps, latter part of 18th Cent. ; 1374. 
Piatt; 1195. 

PlCARD, 150O-I7OO; 1166. 

Pichard (see Pitcher). 

Piddock (Piddocke, Pidduck), any ; 995. 

Pierrepont, any ; 79. 

Pigeon, Norf., 1600-1700 ; 324. 

tPiGOT (variously spelt). Oxfords., Berks., Beds., 

Lincoln, Herts., Middx. ; after 1700 ; 1087. 
Pigot (variously spelt), Bucks., 1500- 1700 ; 

1087. 
PiGOTT, Hatford, Marcham, &c, Berks., 155°- 

1700; 931. 
Pike, London, 1625-1775 ; 816. 
Pike ; 1363. 
Pilcher, any ; 997. 
Pile, Wilts. ; 1160. 
Pilkington, any ; 999. 
Pilkington, Rivington, Lanes., 1600- 1640 ; 

1006. 
fPiLLiNG, England to Am. long before 1800 ; 

1216. 
Pilmoor, Cleveland, N.E. Yorks. ; 64. 
Pim, Leics. ; Queen's Co., after 1660 ; 1000. 
Pink ; 132. 

Piper, Culliton, Devon, before 1780 ; 998. 
Pitcher (Pichard, Pychard), Cambridge 

(Trumpington) before 1547 and after 1675, 

when Trumpington was sold ; 1001. 
Pitcher, St. Clement Danes, London ; 1006. 
Pitchford, Salop ; 588. 
Pitman, any before 1S00 ; 1002. 
Pitt, Somersets, and Dorset, before 1621 ; 204. 
Pitt, Londonderry, before 1700 ; 341. 
Pitt, probably Wilts. ; 847. 
Pleasant, Oxfordshire ; 1132. 
Plumer, Sussex ; 302. 
Plumer ; 542. 
Plumer, Sussex ; 789. 
Plummer, Ipswich, New England, 1634 ; (by 

tradition) from Woolwich ; 152. 
Plumpton, Lees, Oldham, Lanes., 17th Cent. ; 

1215. 
Plunkett, any, especially co. Meath ; 1003. 
Poe, England, 1500-1700 ; 127. 
Poe, Exeter, before 1750 ; 1047. 
Pole, Curry Rivell, Somerset, before 1700 ; 928. 
Pole, Sussex, Staffs, and Derbyshire ■ 1294. 
Pole (see De la Pole). 



Polglase, Cornwall ; 1083. 

Pollard ; 1253. 

Pollard (see Pt. 3), 

tPo.MEROY ; 365. 

Pomeroy (see Pt. 3). 

Pomfrey, Worcs. and Gloucs., before 1720 ; 

930. 
Pontifex, before 1518 ; 627. 
Pontifex, England, especially Bucks. ; before 

1590 ; 1004. 
Pontifex, of or nr. Bucks, before 1750 ; 1005. 
Poole, Poole Hall, Hundred of Wirrall, Chesh. ; 

739. 
Poole, Salop ; 1047. 
Poole, Kent and Hants. ; 1304. 
Pope, Dorset {viz., Marnhull, 1620-50 ; Cors- 
combe, 1660-1750 ; Toller Porcorum, 1750- 
1850 ; Over Kingcombe, 1800-70) ; 1007. 
Popple, Hull, 17th Cent. ; 1353. 
Porteous, Edinburgh and Sunderland, 1700- 

1830; 684. 
tPoRTEOUS, (Hawkshaw ?) ; 1008. 
Porter, Chesh. and Northants. ; 111. 
Porter, Londonderry, before 1725 ; 136. 
fPoRTER, Newport, Isle of Wight, 18th Cent. ; 

609. 
Porter, Birmingham, &c. ; 1037. 
Porter; 1363. 

Posford, Essex, especially Colchester ; 247. 
fPosLET, Cumb. ; 1168. 
Postegaites, Cleveland, temp. Hen. VIII. and 

Ed. VI. ; 356. 
Postle, Norf. ; 102. 
Pott, Chesh., London, Surrey, before 1700 ; 

1009. 
Potter, Haverfordwest, Wales ; 1010. 
Potter, Tadcaster and Manchester, 1700- 1900 ; 

1327. 
Potts, London, ccc. ; 386. 
Potts, any ; 1011. 
fPowELL; 675. 

Powell, Rugeley, 1700-1800 ; 737. 
Powell, nr. Swansea, Wales ; 1020. 
Powell ("Hill," "Brown"), London; 1061. 
Powell, Warws., before 1800 ; 1230. 
Powell (see Humphries). 
Powell (see Pt. 3). 
fPowELL (see Pt. 3 under " Clement "). 
Power, about 1720 ; 1339. 
Poynter ; 132. 

Poyntz, Standerwick, co. Somerset : 1176. 
Poyntz, Glous., Armagh, &c. ; 1189. 
Pragle, Berwick-on-Tweed and Folkestone, 
1560-1660 ; 509. 



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PART II. 



Pratt, Scotch Lowlands, before 1750 ; 125. 

Pratt; 1170. 

Pratt, co. Cork ; 1204. 

Pratt, Hants., before 1750 ; 1337. 

Pratt (see Pt. 3 under " Gee "). 

Presgrave, any (Lines, before 1690) ; 567. 

Preston (see Pt. 3 under " Parke."). 

Priaulx, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 

Price, associated with name " Liscombe " ; in 

Middlesex, &c. ; 358. 
Prichard, any before 1675 ; 930. 
Prichard, 1500- 1700 ; 1166. 
Prichard (see Pt. 3). 
Prideaux, Devon and Cornwall ; 1016. 
Prime (Pryme, Priem, De la Prime), England, 

before 1640 ; 1017. 
Prince (see Pt. 3). 
Prior, Martock, Engl., 1800 ; 277. 
Prior, London, Essex, Middx., 1700-1750 (and 

see Pt. 3 under " Beaumont ") ; 658. 
Procter, Breconshire ; 496. 
Prowse, Somerset ; 772. 
Pryme (see Prime). 
Puffer, Braintree, Mass., 1640 ; 937. 
Pugh (see Pt. 3). 
Pumphrey, Worcs. and Gloucs., before 1720 ; 

930. 
Purcell, Westminster, 17th Cent. ; 540. 
Purdue, Winchester and Sussex ; 900. 
Purdy, any; 116. 
Purington (Purinton), New Engl., U.S.A., ; 

1141. 
Purley, Purleigh ; 75. 
Purnell, Somerset, Glo'ster, Wilts. ; 1337. 
Puttenham (Putnam), Herts., Bucks., Sohants., 

before 1700 ; 1024. 
Pychard (see Pitcher). 
Pyke, London, 1625-1775 ; 816. 
Pyle, Wilts. ; 1160. 
Pyndar (Lygon), co. Worcs., about 1700 ; 

128. 
Quantin (see Cantine). 

Quarles, before 1650 ; (and see " Holland " in 
Pt. 3) ; 650. 

Quatermain, any ; 250. 

Quinby ; 675. 

Quinby, any; 1025. 

Radcliffe, Lanes. ; 1233. 

Radcliffe, of and descended from those of, 

Radcliffe Tower, Lanes. ; Dilston, 

Northumb. ; Derwentwater, Cumb. and 

Attilborough, Norf. ; 1383. 
Railton, Caldbeck and Torpenhow, Cumb. ; 

1027. 



Raimes, any ; 1028. 

Raine, Woodstock, Oxon. ; 271. 

Raine, any, however spelt ; 839. 

•Rainey, Scotland; 293. 

tRAiNSFORD, Sallecn and Dublin ; 764. 

Rainsford, Hants., before 1780; 1122. 

Raithby, Lines. ; 1029. 

fRALSTON, Donegal, 1650- 1780 ; 800. 

Ramsay, Perths. and Stirlings. ; 202. 

Ramsay, Barnton, town and co. of Edinburgh ; 

702. 
Ramsey, Berwickshire and the Borders, 1500- 

1700 ; 1030. 
Randall (Randolph), Normandy, 905-1666 ; 

1031. 
Randall (see Pt. 3). 

Randleson (Randaldson), Cumb. ; 913. 
Ranney, Middletown, Conn., U.S.A., after 

1650 ; 6. 
Rannie, Scotland; 293. 
Ransom (Ranson), America ; 1033. 
fRANTE, Norwich ; 777. 
Rathbone; 1179. 
Rathby, Lines. ; 1029. 
Raubaud D'Antelmy, France, Isle de France ; 

728. 
Raven, Eastern Counties ; 1034. 
Ravenscroft, Chesh., Flints., Herts., Berks., 

1400- 1700 ; 1035. 
Ravenshaw, Lanes, and Chesh. ; 1036. 
Rawlings, St. Kitts, W. Indies, early iSth Cent., 

onwards ; 191. 
Rawlins, Warw., Gloucs., Herefords., 1500- 

1800; 957. 
Raymes, any ; 1028. 
Raymond, Berks. ; 151. 
Raymond, Marpool, Devon, before 1700 ; 490. 
Raymond, Dublin, Kerry, Cork, before 1050 ; 

Essex before 1600 ; 822. 
Raymond, Marpool, Devon, before 1700 ; 980. 
Rayne, any, however spelt ; 839. 
Rayner, Essex ; 61 9. 
Rayner, Yorks., before 1750 ; 1337. 
Read, Bristol, 1700-1800 ; 36. 
Read, St. James', London, in 1752 ; probably 

of Irish origin ; 694. 
Read, London, 1400- 1600 ; 814. 
Reade, Morton, Staffs., and Cheshire ; 1037. 
Reade, Rossenarra, Callan. co. Kilkenny. 1070- 

1800 ; Modeshill, Mohubber and Cashel, co. 

Tipp., 1600-1800; 1039. 
Rede, London, 1400- 1600 ; 814. 
Rede, Oxon, Berks., Herts., cvc. ; 1038. 
Redhead, any ; 284. 



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THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Redman (Redmayne), Levens, Harewood, 
Thornton-in-Lonsdale, &c, since noo, 
especially 1 100-1700 ; 554. 

Redman, Hunts. ; 789. 

Redman (Redmayne), W. R. Yorks., 1600- 
1750 ; 1108. 

Redmayne, any ; 958. 

Reed; 1152. 

Reeks, Wilts, and Dorset ; 69. 

Rees, Carnarvon ; 1219. 

Reeve, South Northants. about 16th Cent. ; 
144. 

Reeve, South of England, 1600, and America ; 
236. 

Reeve, Leics. ; 456. 

Regis, Dauphine, 1600-1684 ; 1189. 

Reichel, England, Ireland, Germany, Switzer- 
land, America; 1042. 

Reid, Pitfoddles, Birness and Balnakettle, 
counties of Aberdeen and Kincardine, 
1400-1800 ; 965. 

Reid (see Pt. 3). 

Reily (see Pt. 3). 

Reimes, any; 1028. 

Remington, Coventry ; 1351. 

Rendell, So. Devon and Cornwall ; 343. 

Renel (Reynel, Rynel, Sec), Devon, Somer- 
set, Cornwall, 1 100- 1700 ; 1047. 

Renfon, Berwickshire ; 820. 

Rennie, Scotland; 293. 

Renshaw, Lanes, and Chesh. ; 1036. 

Retif, Huguenot; 641. 

Revett, Suff. ; .1063. 

Rewse, Suff. ; Hedgestone (Harrow-on-the- 
Hill), 1625-16S5 ; 1159. 

Reymes, any ; 1028. 

Reynaud, France or West Indies before 1800 ; 
141. 

Reyne, any, however spelt ; 839. 

Reynel (see Renel). 

Reynolds ; 657. 

Reynolds, Devon, Somerset. Dorset ; 746. 

Reynolds, before 1660 ; 1047. 

Reynolds, Lei trim and Donegal ; 1048. 

Reynolds, cos. Leitrim, Westmeath, Longford 
and Dublin, before 1820 ; 1049. 

Reynolds, Carshalton, 18th Cent. ; 1050. 

Reynolds (see Pt. 3). 

tRiCE, Devon, before 1700 : 619. 

Rice, England, Wales, Ireland, and America ; 
884. 

Rice, Sussex; 1051. 

Rice, Dingle, co. Kerry, 1630-1730 ; 1171. 

Rich, Scotland, before 1711 ; 878. 



Rich, Essex, Norf., Suff., Hants., Middx., 

London, and Bullhouse (Yorks.) ; 1052. 
Richard, France ; 797. 
■{•Richards, Rathaspeck, Ireland, and Stratford- 

on-Avon ; 133. 
Richards ; 1053. 

Richards, Warws., before 1800 ; 1230. 
Richardson, any ; 125. 
Richardson, Ulster, 1600-1800 ; 894. 
Richardson, Cumb. ; 913. 
Richardson, co. Tyrone ; 939. 
Richardson, Lascelles Hall and Sheriff Hutton. 

Yorks., 1500-1700 ; 1055. 
•fRiCHARDSON, Cumb., Westmorland; 1163. 
Richman, Christ Church, Hants. ; 1034. 
Richer, any ; 1056. 
Rickman, any ; 789. 
Rickman, Sussex ; 983. 
Rickman, South Counties and London ; 1057 

and 1053. 
Rideout, Sussex ; 1362. 
IRider, Chesh. ; 1316. 
Rider, Cambridge, Watertown, and Sherborn. 

Mass. ; 1097. 
Ridgway, before 1679 ! 373. 
Ridley, Eastern Counties, after 1500 ; 1055. 
Rigby, Harrock, Lanes. ; 1182. 
Rigg (Rigge), Cumb., Lines., from 1500 ; 1062. 
Riggs, Hants., Sussex, from 1500 ; 1062. 
Riland, Worcester and Gloucs., before 1700 ; 

1337. 
Rippon, Lanchester, co. Durham, 1600-1900 ; 

1072, 
Risley; 132. 

Rivers, Sussex and Kent, 1400-1600 ; 302. 
Rivett, Suff. ; 1063. 
Riviere ; 1064. 

Robards, Bury St. Edmunds ; 102. 
Roberson, Wilton, Norf., before 1900 ; 1066. 
Roberts, Britfieldstown, co. Cork, 1631-1006 ; 

43, 1067, and 1069. 
Roberts, Derbys. ; 433. 
Roberts, Overston, Northants., before 1685 ; 

707. 
Roberts, England, before 1650 ; 1068. 
fRoBERTS, Isle of Wight, 18th Cent. ; 1366. 
Roberts (see Rookehcrst). 
Roberts (see Pt. 3). 
Robertson, Islay ; 809. 
tRoBERTsoN, Strowan, Scotland, before 1700, 

later Edinburgh (and see Pt. 3, under 

Henry) ; 1089. 
Robeson, Scotland, before 1676 ; 943. 
Robins, from Salop on Welsh border ; 1070. 



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PART II. 



Robinson, Rokeby, Yorks., &c. ; 289. 
Robinson, Stanhope, co. Durham, 1000-1900 ; 

1072. 
Robison (this spelling), Staffs., before 1700 ; 281. 
Robson, Northumb. ; 913. 
Roche, Cork, Kerry, 1C00-1800 ; 1080. 
Rochead, Craigleith and Inverleith, 17th Cent. ; 

168. 
Rochester, Essex, Kent, Sussex ; 69. 
Rockett (see Pt. 3, under Pomeroy). 
■J-Rockwood (Rockett), England, before 1636 ; 

1074. 
Roe, 17th Cent. ; 1075. 
Roe, Parwich, Derbys. ; 1217. 
Roebuck, Sheffield, before 1800 ; 25: 
Roebuck, Midland counties, 1700-1900 ; 322. 
fRoELANTS, Belgium, before 1650 ; 1076. 
*Roelants, Holland, after 1650 ; 1076. 
Rogers, Oxon, Bucks, and Berks., 18th Cent. ; 

618. 
Rogers, Deal, Kent, 18th Cent. ; 618. 
♦Rogers, Biyntangor, Denbighs. ; 777. 
Rogers (see Pt. 3). 
Rolee, Sussex ; 598. 
Rolls (Rolles), Oxfordshire and Surrey, before 

.y 1800; 186. 
Rolmanhouse, 1200-1800, Borders ; 1078. 
Romanes, 1200-1800, Borders; 1078. 
Romanus, 1200-1800, Borders ; 1078. 
Rome, Annan ; 1071. 
Romney ; 518. 
Romney (see Pt. 3). 
Roobertes (see Rookehurst). 
Rookehurst (Roobertes, Roberts), Glassen- 

bury, Cranbrook, Kent, 1103-1906 ; 43, 

1067, and 1069. 
fRoos, Gedney and Irby, Lines., before 1450 ; 

851. 
Roosa, U.S.A., 1660 ; Dutch and French ; 1096. 
Roper (Viscounts Baltinglass), Derbyshire, Ire- 
land, &c. ; 386. 
Roper, Kent (and especially Norf. and Suff. 

1500-1700) ; 446. 
IRoper; 1275. 
Rosborough, Mullinagoan, co. Fermanagh ; 

1204. 
Rose, Kent, London ; 1700-1000 ; 1061. 
Rose, from Rose of Kilravock, Nairn, 1219 

onwards (and see Pt. 3) ; 1070. 
Rosewell, Bradford, nr. Taunton, English- 
combe, Combe, Hay, Dunkerton, Camerton, 

Somerset, 1 300-1 700 ; 957. 
Ross, Ireland, 16S0-1830 ; 479. 
Ross, Glamis and /Aberdeen, before 1600 ; 1153. 



Rossiter, Topsham, Devon ; 524. 

Rous, White Waltham, before 1600 ; 497. 

Rous (see Pt. 3). 

Rousseau, Huguenot ; 641. 

Rowand (Rowan), any ; 202. 

Rowe, London and Middx. , 1400-1900 ; 837. 

Rowe, Cornwall ; 1083. 

Rowlandson, So. Durham, before 1700 ; 839. 

Rowlee (Rowley), New Engl. ; 1085. 

Rowntree, Yorks. ; 1086. 

fRuDD, Herts., before 1700 ; 226. 

Rudd, Herts. ; 789. 

Rudd, Westmorland and Durham, before 1750 ; 

1243. 
Rudduck (Ruddock), Shepton Mallet district, 

Somerset, before 1840 ; 38. 
fRuDiSEL, Huguenot ; 573. 
Rudyard, North Staffs., before 1500 ; 1313. 
Rudyerd, Rudyerd ; 118. 
Ruff, Sunbury, Middx. ; 1088. 
Rufford, Edlesborough, Bucks. ; 568. 
Rugeley, Staffs., 1300-1500 ; 737. 
Ruppenthal, Western Germany ; 1 0S0. 
Rush, Oxford, before 1700; 1011. 
Rushen, principally Essex ; 1091. 
Rushton, Westmorland, before 17S0 ; 1092. 
Rushworth ; 132. 
Russell, Dorsets., before 1450 ; 112. 
fRussELL, England and America ; 295. 
Russell, Staffs., iSth Cent. ; 482. 
Russell ; 675. 
tRussELL, Walsall 1S11 ; 720. 
Russell, Warws., before 1650 ; 930. 
Russell, Treville and Thruxton, Hereford, 17th 

Cent.; 931. 
Russell, Powick and Chelmick ; 951. 
Russell, New Bond Street, London ; 1037. 
Russell (see Pt. 3, under Baird). 
Ruth yen, Perth, Scotland ; 1186. 
Rutledge, any ; 345. 
Rutter, after 1700 ; 333. 
tRurrER, Denbigh, 1430-1770 ; 480. 
Ryan, France or Channel Islands since 181 2 ; 

613. 
Ryder, N. R. Yorks., 1700-1000 ; 249. 
tRYDER, Lichheld, Staffs. ; 777. 
JRyder, Chesh. (and see Pt. 3, under Weldon) ; 

1316. 
Rydings, Lanes. ; 1233. 
Rye, any ; 1094. 

Ryland, London, 1660-1750 ; 906. 
Ryland, any ; 1127. 
Ryland. Worcester and Gloucs., before 1700 ; 

1337. 



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Ryle — Seaborne 



THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Ryle, Cheshire ; 1269. 

Rynel (see Renel). 

Ryno, N.J., 1723 ; 1096. 

Ryther, United Kingdom or America ; 1097. 

Sackville (see Pt. 3, under De Molyns). 

Sadleir, Sopwell Hall, co. Tipp. ; 1098. 

Sage, Middletown, Conn., U.S.A., after 1650 ; 6. 

Sager, Lanes, and Yorks. ; 1208. 

fSAiNSBURY, Wilts., 18th Cent. ; 402. 

St. Clair, Herdmanston and Nesbit ; 898. 

St. George, Headford Castle, Ireland, 1650- 

1900 ; Hatley St. George, Beds., 1066- 

1650; 1099. 
Sainthill (St. Hill), 1650-1800 ; 1100. 
St. John, Dorset and Wilts., 17th Cent. ; 190. 
St. John, England (?), later Saratoga Co., 

N.Y. ; 548. 
St. Lize, called Le Riche, Earls of Huntingdon 

and Northampton, abt. 1070 ; 1052. 
Salisbury, England and Wales, before 1650 ; 

707. 
Salley, any (settled South Carolina, 1735) ; 

1101. 
fSALMON, Creeting and Barking, Sufi, before 

1630; 537. 
Salt, Staffs., 17th Cent. ; 177. 
TSalt, Betley, Staffs. ; 777. 
Salter (see Pt. 3, under Ewington). 
tSAMPSON, Blackwell, before 1750 ; 226. 
Sampson, Yorks. ; 791. 
Sampson, any related to Larkins ; 980. 
Sanderson, Yorks. ; 302. 
SANDERSON.'any ; 345. 
Sanderson (Saunderson), Yorks., Durham, 

Northumb., &c, before about 1700 ; 1103. 
Sandes (Sandis, Sandys, Sands), England and 

America, 1560-1700 ; 1104. 
Sandford, Lanes., 1600-1S00 ; 282. 
Sandys, St. Bees, Cumb., before 1400 ; 1203. 
fSANGER, before 1700 ; 961. 
Sansom, Berks. ; later London ; after 1737, 

America ; 1271. 
Sarle (see Searle). 

Satterthwaite, Hawkshead. 1600 ; 917. 
Saunders, Rhode Island, U.S.A. ; 187. 
Saunders, Isle of Wight ; 271. 
Saunders, Newbury and Berks., 17th Cent. ; 

549. 
Saunders, England ; 922. 
Saunders, any ; 1105. 

Saunders, Cote. Gloucs., abt. 1710-1730 ; 1162. 
Saunders-Allen, St. Just-in-Pen\vith, Pen- 
zance, 1781 ; 321. 
Saunderson, any ; 345. 



Saundrey, Cornwall ; 1083. 

Saurin, Nimes, Languedoc; Revocation of 

Edict of Nantes ; 1106. 
Savage, Middletown, Conn., U.S.A., after 1650 ; 

6. 
Savelli, Rome, 1700-1900 ; 169. 
Savill, Norwich, 1785 ; 1202. 
Saville, Dewsbury, Yorks., abt. 1787 ; 1377. 
Sawyer, Kettering ; 206. 
Saxon, any ; 1107. 
Saxton, any ; 1107. 
Sayer, Surrey, before 1700 ; 930. 
Scardeville, Funtington, Sussex ; 553. 
Scarisbrick, Scarisbrick, 1760 ; 1079. 
Scarisbricke (see Pt. 3). 
fScARTON, Middx. ; 1142. 
Scattergood, any ; 1109. 
Schaffer, Penna., U.S.A., before 1800 ; 350. 
Schapper (formerly Schaper) ; 1110. 
Scharp (see Sharp). 

Schein, Aix-la-Chapelle, before 1625 ; 1259. 
Scholefield, Henshaw, Northumb., 17th Cent. 

498. 
Schoobert, any ; 93. 
Schultens ; 1338. 

Scofield, Halifax, Yorks., 1600-1674 ; 498. 
fScoRER, any ; 1112. 

Scot, Longraigne, Wexford, 1649-1685 ; 1093. 
Scot, Chesterford, Essex, and Great Marlow, 

17th Cent. ; 1093. 
Scott, Scott's Hall, Kent ; 141. 
Scott, Bucks Co., Pa., 1720 ; 420. 
Scott, Suff. and Essex, before 1630 ; 707. 
Scott, Renfrew, 1745 ; 720. 
Scott, Scotland ; Va., from 18th Cent. ; 1113 
Scott, Orkney and Shetland ; 1114. 
Scott, Yorks., 1650-1790 ; 1116. 
Scott of Buccleuch, Scottish Border ; 1188. 
Scott, Norwich, 1785 ; 1202. 
Scott; 1363. 
Scott (see Pt. 3). 
Screop (see Pt. 3). 

Scrymgeour, Fife and Forfarshire ; 1312. 
Scudamore, Herefordshire to Kent, 17th Cent. ; 

693. 
Scully, King's Co., co. Longford, before 1650 ; 

822. 
fScuDAMORE, Kentchurch, Herefords., more 

particularly up to 15th Cent. ; 1015. 
Scudamore (Skid.more, Escudamour), Kent- 
church, Herefords., 1300 ; Ballingham, 

Herefords., 1712 ; 1117. 
Scurlog, co. Meath ; 1130. 
Seaborne, Sutton, before 1640 ; 660. 



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Soaly— Sinnett 



PART II. 



Sealy, Somerset and Dorset, before 1780 ; 580. 

Sealy, Kerry, before 1760 ; 822. 

Seaman, Bredgar, Kent, before 1641 ; 92. 

Seaman, East Anglia ; 1118. 

Seaman, Suff. till 1630 ; and Long Island, 

U.S.A.; 1119. 
Searle ; 132. 

Searle (later Sarle), Cornwall ; 776. 
Searle ; 1053. 

Searle, Cambs., 17th Cent. ; 1222. 
Searle, Tetney, Lines., iSth Cent. ; 1372. 
Sears, London or Dunstable, before 1635 ; 70. 
Seaton, Lord (see Colborne). 
Seawell, Walsoeken, Norf., 17th Cent. ; Book- 
ham Grange, Surrey, 18th Cent. ; Mare- 
lands, Famham, Surrey, 19th Cent. ; 137. 
Seccombe, Cornw., before 1661 ; 268. 
Seddon, Ormskirk, Lanes. ; 50. 
Sedgwick, S. Staffs, and N. Warws. ; 250. 
Sedgwick, Herts., after 1700 ; 1120. 
Seede, Gloucs., North of England, 1400-1600 ; 

957. 
Seelye, 17th Cent. ; 1075. 
Seed, Forest of Bolland ; 1083. 
Segar, Lanes. ; 366. 
Segerson, Kerry, &c, 1700-igoo ; 798. 
Seintclere, Nutbourne, West Sussex, 1300- 

1500 ; 859. 
Selby, Lanchester, Durham ; 105. 
Senior, 17th Cent. ; 892. 
Sergeant, Lewisham, Kent, and Bermondsey, 

Surrey, before 1825 ; 416. 
Seton, Scotland ; 289. 
Seton, Pitmeddeh, co. Aberdeen, 1500-igoo ; 

965. 
Sewall, any ; 1310. 
Sewell, Coventry, 1514 ; 1348. 
Sexton, any ; 1107. 
Seymour, Connecticut, 1635-1907 ; 98. 
Seymour, Limerick, 1 650-1750 ; 565. 
Seymour, Yorks. ; 1233. 
Shackleton ; 830. 
Shafto, Dunston Hall, Durham, before 1750 ; 

1274. 
Shakespeare, Warws., 17th Cent. ; 177. 
Shakespeare. Warws. ; 383. 
Shanks (Shank), Md. and Ky., U.S.A. ; 1345. 
Sharp, VV. Sussex, 1700 ; 135. 
Sharp (Sharpe, Shairp, Scharp), Scotland, 

Sweden, Holland; 1111. 
Sharp, Hants., before 17S0 ; 1122.. 
Sharp (Sharpe), any; 1123. 
Sharples, Sharpies, Lanes. ; 1124. 
fSHARPLES, Lanes. ; 1239. 



Shark v, St. Kitts, 18th Cent. ; 1006. 

Shaw, Norf. and Suff. (especially Gillingham, 

Norf.) ; 122. 
Shaw, Highlands of Scotland ; 808. 
Shaw, any ; 1125. 
Shedden, Paulerspury, Northants., and Spring 

Hill, Isle of Wight ; 403. 
Sheldon, any ; 1126. 
Shelley, Ireland ; 1127. 
Shelton, any, especially Staffs, and Warws. ; 

1133. 
Shenton, Somerset, 1600-1800 ; 931. 
Shepherd, Kettering district, abt. 16th Cent. ; 

144. 
|Shepheard, Cheshunt, Herts., formerly of 

Bunhill Row, London ; before 1765 ; 786. 
Sherard (see Pt. 3, under Croppenbergh). 
Sherborn (see Pt. 3). 
Sherlock, co. Kildare ; 1130. 
Sherlock, London, 1550-1650 ; 1130. 
fSHERMAN ; 675. 

Sherman, Yaxley (? Yoxley) ; 744. 
Sherman (Quakers), Long Island, U.S.A., ; 803. 

fSHERRARD ; 1195. 

Sherwin, New Engl, before 1775 ; 294. 
Sherwood, East Hendred, Berks., &c ; 549. 
Sherwood, any ; 1132. 
Shettlewood, Jamaica ? early iSth Cent. ; 

743. 
Shillito, W. Riding Yorks. ; 385. 
Shilton, any, especially Staffs, and Warws. ; 

1133. 
fSmPLEY, Leics., 1700-1730 ; 818. 
Shipman, Notts, and America, 17th Cent. ; 513. 
Shorrocks, Manchester, 18th Cent. ; 690. 
Short ; 132. 
Shorter ; 1275. 
Shortt, Dumfriesshire ; 1134. 
Shovel, Crayford, Kent ; 696. 
Shrapnel, Wilts., abt. 17S5 ; 128. 
Shuttleworth, Lanes. ; 1135. 
Sidney, Penshurst, before 1743 ; 1136. 
Sikes, especially American ; 394. 
Simmonds, W. Sussex, before 1S00 ; 982. 
Simmons (see Symondson). 
Simpson, Torrisholme and Sladebank ; 109. 
Simpson, Derbys., 1500-1700 ; 1137. 
Simpson, Gisburne Forest, Yorks., 1 500-1 700"; 

1138. 
Simpson, Bromsgrove, 17th Cent. ; 1374. 
Simson, Islay and Glasgow ; 793. 
Singer, Penna., U.S.A., before 1756 ; 350. 
fSiNGLETON, South Carolina : 858. 
Sinnett, New England, U.S.A. ; 1141. 



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THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Sisson, England ; 1360. 

fSKARDEN, Essex, 15th Cent. ; 1142. 

Skeet, Surrey ; 1143. 

Skeet, Suff., 1S00 ; 1315. 

Skeffington, London and Middx., 1400-1700 ; 

837. 
Skeffington (Skevington), any ; 1144. 
Skelhorne, Liverpool, iSth Cent. ; 690. 
Skidmore (see Scudamore). 
Skillan (Skillixg), 1600-1750 ; 142. 
Skinner, Yorks., Som., Home and Eastern 

Counties, Quaker period ; 150. 
Skipwith, Yorks. and Lines. ; 447. 
Skipworth, South Kelsev, 1780 ; 397. 
Skrymsher, High Offley, Staffs. ; 1037. 
Slade, Somerset and Dorset, before 1780 ; 580. 
Slade, Southern Counties, 17th Cent. ; 1014. 
Slade (see Pt. 3). 
Sladen, Yorks. ; 1233. 
Slane (see Fleming). 
Sleath, Leics., before 1600 ; 616. 
Sleeper ; 1333. 
Slingsby, 14th Cent. ; 1146. 
Sloccm (Slocumb, Slocomb, &c), America 

and England ; 1147. 
Smart, Northumb. ; 777. 
Smerdon, any ; 62. 
Smeeton, South Leics. and Northampton ; 

1343. 
•j-Smith, Stretton-en-le-Field,Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 

56. 
ISmith, Coventry, &c. ; 228. 
Smith (? of Tottne, Devon) ; Virginia before 

1675; 253. 
Smith, Preston and Enderby ; 665. 
Smith, North Claines, Worcester ; 777. 
Smith, Hursley and Southampton ; 900. 
Smith, Worplesdon, Surrey, before 1650 ; 930. 
Smith, Burpham, W. Sussex, 1531 ; 982. 
Smith, "The Smith Families" ; 1038. 
Smith, Harppen (or Hargham) Hall, nr. Hing- 

ham, Norf., 163S ; 1149. 
Smith, Cape Cod ; 1155. 
Smith, Penkham Court (from Stoke Lacy), 

Herefords. ; 1156. 
Smith, Holy Island, before 1750 ; 1158. 
Smith, Cranstoun, Scotland, 1770 ; 1153. 
|Smith, co. Donegal and Londonderry, abt. 

1800; 1379. 
Smith (see Pt. 3). 
Smyth, Withcote, Leics., and Rathcoursey, co. 

Cork, before 1C40 ; 537. 
Smyth, co. Tyrone or neighbourhood, abt. 1700 ; 

1048. 



Smythe, Hilton, Bridgenorth, before ijoo ■ 

899. 
Smythe, England ; 922. 
Snell, Berks., Oxon, Wilts. ; 1160. 
ISnow, Plymouth, Mass., 1623 ; 342. 
Snow, Cape Cod, from " Pilgrim " times ; 485. 
fSNOW, U.S.A., before 1768 ; 715. 
Snowden, Airedale ; 1083. 
Soady (Soade, Soaden), any ; 104. 
Sole (see Soule). 
Somerford (see Pt. 3),. 
Somers, Worcester, Worcs., Gloucs., Bristol, 

1500-1709 ; 1162. 
Somerscales, Lines, and Yorks. ; 1143. 
Somerville, Lanarks. and Tweedside, 1600- 

1800; 1163. 
Somerville, any ; 1164. 
Somner, Huntercombe Burnham, Bucks., 17th 

Cent. ; 931. 
So per, Devon ; 1212. 

fSoTTON (Sutton), Cumb., 1200-1500 ; 127. 
Soule (Sole), London or Kent, 1575-1625, 

(and see Pt. 3) ; 1165. 
Soule (see Pt. 3). 

South, W. Sussex, before 1800 ; 982. 
Southcote, Mohuns Otterv, Devon ; 17th 

Cent. ; 931. 
Southouse, any ; 958. 
Southwick, Salem, Mass., U.S.A., 1630 ; 77. 
Spalding (probably Lines.), early 17th Cent. ; 

1090. 
Spalding, Inverarity, Forfarshire, before 1600 ; 

1153. 
Sparkes (see Pt. 3). 

Sparry, Staffs, and Wore, before 1650 ; 21. 
Spear (various spellings), any ; 1167. 
Spedding, any, especially Cumb. and Ireland ; 

1168. 
*Spence, Quakers, Menwith Hill, Hamps- 

thwaite, nr. Harrogate, abt. 1633 to 1903 ; 

648. 
Spencer ; 675. 
Spencer, Edworth and Stotfold, 1555-163S ; 

1170. 
Sperrey, Derbys., Staffs., Leics. ; 1283. 
Spicer, Va., 1635 ; New London, Conn.,' 1666 ; 

860. 
Spink (see Pt. 3). 

Spooner, latter part of 18th Cent. ; 1374. 
Spoor ; 1253. 

Spotswood, Kerry, &c, 1600-1800 ; 793. 
Spraggett, any, chiefly Warws. ; 108. 
Sprague, Upway, Dorset, before 1640 ; 923. 
Spriggs ; 147. 



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Spring — Sturry 



PART II. 



Spring, Castlemaine, co. Kerry, 1630-1730 ; 

1171. 
Spurr; 1253. 

Stackhouse, any before 1674, especially 
Northumberland, Durham, Yorks., Staffs., 
Cornwall; has pedigree from 1674; 31. 
Stackhouse, any ; 1173. 
Stackhouse, co. Durham, before 1S00 ; 1225. 
Staines, Herts., Essex, Middx. ; 695. 
■{■Stamp, Lines., before 1850 ; 1174. 
Standerwick, Standerwick, co. Somerset ; 1176. 
Stakes, Essex, before 1600 ; 106. 
Stanhope, Weardale, co. Durham, early ; 439. 
Stanhope, Earls of Chesterfield, Devon, Stuart 

period ; 1368. 
Stanley, Warws., 17th Cent. ; 930. 
Stanton, Salop, 1086-1250 ; 751. 
IStanton, Jamaica, W.I., and New York, 
from Louth, Lines., Lanes. ; 1650-1700 ; 

818. 
Stanton (Staunton), any (and see Pt. 3) ; 1177. 
Stapleton, Warbrook, Hants. ; 898. 
Stapleton, Greasley and district, Notts., 

1600-1900; 1178. 
Stapylton, Yorks., Som., Home and Eastern 

Counties, Quaker period ; 150. 
Starbuck, Nantucket, Mass. ; 13. 
Stark, Mass. and Conn., before 1700 ; 279. 
Stark, New London, Conn., 1652-1907 ; 1179. 
Starkey, Chesh., Essex ; 1181. 
Staunton (see Stanton). 
Staveley, any ; 1125. 
Staveley, Ripon, before 1638; 1154. 
Stearns (Sterne), Suff. and Cambridge, before 

1650 ; 1024. 
Stedman, Soho, London ; 1037. 
Stedman, Aston, Corfton and Munslow, Salop, 

from 1439 ; 1156. 
Stedman, Suff., before 1540 ; 1183. 
Steed, Cornwall, before 1660 ; 1047. 
Steel, Lines., Louth, 16th Cent. ; 1184. 
Steevens, Bottesford, Leics., 1700-1S00 ; 36. 
Stephens, Cooledine, co. Carlow ; latterly 

Dublin; 830. 
Stephens, Bermondsey, Surrey, 1668 ; owned 

land in Broadway parish, Worcester, 1706 ; 

1084. 
Stephenson, N. Ireland ; 1185. 
Stephenson (see Pt. 3). 
Sterry, Middx., before 1630 ; 1187. 
Sterry (see Sturry). 
Steuart, Banff., 17th Cent. ; 148 and 149. 
Steuart, Scotland from 13th Cent. ; 1188. 
Steuart (see Stewart). 



Stevens, Cornw., Devon, 18th Cent. ; 322. 

Stevens ; 1363. 

IStewart, Dublin and Wicklow, 1720-1800 ; 

591. 
Stewart (Steuart, Stuart), in or about 

Banffshire and Aberdeenshire ; 817. 
Stewart, Glenbuckie, Perthshire ; 1043. 
Stewart, Scotland, from 13th Cent. ; 1188. 
Stewart, any (especially Atholl and Deeside, 

1500-1750) ; 1191. 
Stewart, of Galloway, Irish branch, especially 

about 1600 ; 1349. 
Stewart (see Stuart). 
Stewart (see Pt. 3). 
Stewarts, Perthshire, 1189. 
Stewarts, Perthshire ; Argyllshire ; 1199. 
Stites, U.S.A., 1630, from London ; 1096. 
Stockberger, Penna., U.S.A., and Schwarz- 

wald , Germany ; 1 1 92. 
Stockdale, Somerset, 1600-1800 ; 357. 
Stockdale, Dublin, before 1800 ; 878. 
Stocking, Middletown, Conn., U.S.A., after 

1650 ; 6. 
Stockley, any before 1800 ; 244. 
Stone ; 657. 
Stone ; 969. 

Stoner (Stonard), Essex, after 1600 ; 1288. 
Stout, Lines, and Notts., 17th Cent. ; 513. 
Stow (Stowe), any ; 1336. 
Stoyle, Devon ; 144. 
Strachan, Plymouth, Exeter and Bristol (and 

seePt. 3); 121. 
Strachan (Scotch), Kincardineshire, Aberdeen, 

Forfar, Banff, London, Exeter, &c. ; 802. 
Strader; 1195. 

Straker, Abergavenny, before 1773 ; 1196. 
Stratton, Kincardineshire, &c. ; 802. 
Straunge, Salop, Norf., 1 100-1500 ; 763. 
fSTREETER ; 355. 

Stringer, Chesh. and Staffs. ; 111. 
Strode, any ; 1198. 
Strong, any, especially Oxfords. ; 425. 
Strother, " Ecclesall Bierlow, nr. Sheffield, 

i8th Cent. ; 184. 
Stuart, Scotland from 13th Cent. ; 1188. 
Stuart (Stewart), co. Roscommon, 18th Cent. ; 

1200. 
Stuart (see Stewart). 
Stubber, Queen's Co. and Galwav, before 1S30 ; 

880. 
Stubbs, Staffs., before 1600 ; 929. 
StOrmer, Calcutta or Bengal, 1750-1S00 ; 

1280. 
Sturry (Sterry), Salop, before 1600 ; 1187. 



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Sturt, W. Sussex, before 1800 ; 982. 
Stutesman, Penna., U.S.A. (and Maryland), 

before 1730 ; 350. 
Style, of or nr. Bucks., before 1800 ; 1005. 
Sugden, Yorks. ; 1233. 
fSuLLiv'AN, Berehaven. before 1S00 ; 948. 
Sutcliffe, Yorks. ; 1233. 
Sutton, Lines., before 1700 ; 1203. 
Sutton (see Sotton). 
Swainsons, Preston ; 917. 
Swale (Swales), Yorks., 18th Cent. ; 207. 
Swallow, Yorks. ; 1233. 
Swann, Kingsterndale, Derbys., before 1800 ; 

494. 
Swanwick, \Vem, Chesh. ; 708. 
Swanwick, Chesh., Salop ; 9S5. 
Swanzy, co. Monaghan ; 1205. 
Sweers (sec Pt. 3). 
Sweeting, City of London or Essex, 18th Cent. ; 

1206. 
Swindlehurst (Swinglehurst), Lanes, and 

Yorks. ; 1208. 
Swinton, Scotland, &c, from 1130 ; 1209. 
Swords, co. Cavan, iSth Cent. ; 364. 
Sykes, especially American ; 394. 
tSYMONDsoN (Simmons), Leydon before 1630, 

then America ; 295. 
Symson, Kendal ; 168. 
Tabor, Essex or elsewhere ; 718. 
Tabor, any, especially Essex ; 1210. 
Tait, Aberdeenshire ; 1002. 
Tak, Brabant, 17th Cent. ; 730. 
Talbert. anv ; 736. 
Talbot, Bashall Hall, Yorks. ; 777. 
Tandy, Drewstown, co. Meath, before 1750; 

341. 
Tang (see Tong). 
Tapley, Devon ; 1212. 
Tapper. Exeter, before 1700 ; 226. 
tTAPScoTT ; 675. 

Tapson, Stepney, iSth Cent. ; 853. 
Tarratt. Derbys. and Leics. ; 926. 
Tate, Worthing, Sussex, 1750-1850 ; 768. 
Tate, Northants. ; 1323. 
tTATNALL, Staffs., 1700-1730 ; 818. 
Taunton, Somerset and Dorset, before 1780 ; 

580. 
Taverner, Lisburn, nr. Belfast, before 1750 ; 

1213. 
Tayleur, any ; 62. 

Taylor, Townhead, Westmorland ; 168. 
Taylor, Essex, especially Colchester ; 247. 
Taylor, Kent ; 503. 
Taylor, Rochdale, before 1650 ; 616. 



Taylor, London, Devon ; 746. 

ITaylor, Askeaton, co. Limerick, before 1S00 • 

786. 
Taylor, Saxmundham and Wickham Market, 

Suff., before 1750 ; 1214. 
Taylor, Bradbourn, Derbys. ; Alstonfield, 

Staffs., and Nottingham ; 1217. 
Taylor (see Pt. 3, under Taylor and Carte.. 
Tayspill, Flanders and Colchester ; 549. 
Teed, Devon ; 1219 and 1220. 
Tempest, any ; 418. 
fTEMPLE, London, before 1636 ; 1221. 
Ten Bosch, before 1650 ; 1265. 
Tench, co. Wexford ; 472. 
Tenison, Cambs., Norf., 17th Cent. ; 1222. 
Tennant, Yorks., before 1700 ; 1337. 
Tetherington, Ireland and London, 1600- 

1800 357. 
Thacher (Thatcher), Somersets, and Wilts. ; 

1234. 
Thames (see Pt. 3). 
Thatcher, Hastings and Westham districts. 

Sussex ; 924. 
Theed, Hundred of Cottesloe, Bucks. ; 568. 
Theobald, Kent ; 1185. 
Theobald, Kent and Hants. ; 1304. 
Thirkell, Yorks., before 1800 ; 1223. 
Thirkell, Houghton-le-Spring, 17S0-1S00 ; 

1224. 
Thirkell (see Pt. 3, under Thirkell and 

Boverick). 
Thirlby, Wells, Somerset. 17th Cent. ; 571. 
Thistlethwaite, any ; 920. 
Thistlethwaite, Dent, Yorks., before 1800 ; 

1226. 
Thomas (see Pt. 3, under Welsh). 
-fTHOMPSON, Cheltenham. 17th Cent. : 551. 
Thompson, Halifax, Yorks., before 1800 : 582. 
Thompson, Dover, Kent, 18th Cent. ; 618. 
fTHOMPSON, co. Antrim ; 675. 
fTHOMPSON, Plymouth, abt. 1800 ; 777. 
Thompson, Yorks. ; 1251. 
Thompson, Seal, Kent ; 1362. 
Thompsons, Lancaster and Cartmel, 1736 ; 917. 
Thomson, " Hollin Hall," Yorks., 165S-1710 : 

1084. 
Thomson (Thompson), Shalford, Essex and 

Lines. ; 1084. 
Thomson, Aberdeen and the Border, before 

1600 ; 1153. 
Thorne, New England, abt. 1635 ; 434. 
Thorne ; 675. 
Thornely (Thorneley. Thornley. &c), East 

Chesh., N. Derbys., Lanes. ; 1229. 



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Thorn hill- Turpi n 



PART II. 



Thornhill, Dublin, abt. 1854 ; 390. 

Thornley, any county (except Lanes., Chesh., 
and N. Derbys ), and especially Warws., 
Leics., and S. Derbys., before 1800 ; 1230. 

Thorp, Holderness and Yarm ; 369. 

Thoyts, before 1700 (and see Pt. 3) ; 316. 

Throckmorton' (see Pt. 3). 

■JThUNDER ; 1064. 

Thurlow, Lynn and The Burnhams, Norf., 

18th Cent. ; 631. 
Tibbits, Viscount Hood familv, Kettering 

district, abt. 16th Cent. ; 144. 
Tidcombe, any (and see Pt. 3) ; 270. 
Till, Penna. and England, 1600-1800 ; 236. 
Tilley, Rhyl, 1790-1850 ; 658. 
Tilney, Kippax, W. R. Yorks., before 1645 ; 813. 
Tilton ; 642. 
Timbrell, any ; 447. 
Tincombe ; 1053. 
fTiNDALL, Norf. ; 230. 
Tindall (Tyndall), "Lines., Yorks.; 1550- 

1720 ; 1231. 
Tinker (see Pt. 3). 

tTiNKHAM, New England, 1685 ; 1300. 
Tobin, Nevis, early iSth Cent. ; 191. 
Tod, Clackmannan, 17th Cent. ; 148 and 149. 
Todd, Pontefract, Yorks. ; 744. 
Todd, Cumb. ; 1168. 
Tolputt, Kent ; 69. 
Tolson, Bridekirke, Cumb., and Wath-upon- 

Dearne, Yorks., before 1735 ; 416. 
Tolson, Yorks. and Cumb., 1500-1800 ; 1232. 
Tong (Tonge, Tongue, Tang), any ; 1233. 
Tonstil (see Tunstall). 
Tooke, London, 1682 ; 816. 
Tootal, Wakefield, Yorks., 18th Cent. ; t 1372. 
Torrens, Ulster ; 794. 
Towell, Devon ; 1212. 
Townsend, Warws. ; 151. 
Townshend, Bridgnorth, before 1690 ; 660. 
fTowNSHEND, Liverpool, abt. 1760 ; 777. 
Tracy (Tress), Kent ; 92. 
Traill, Orkneys ; 1188. 
Trant, Kerry, &c, 1700-1900 ; 798. 
Trant, co. Kerry ; iSth Cent. ; 895. 
Trat (Tratt, Tratte), Somerset : 1236. 
Travers, Devon from Notts. ; 653. 
tT ravers, 1550-1060 ; Ireland from Lanes., 

Chesh. or Devon (and see Pt. 3) ; 1235. 
Travers (Trevers, Trivers, Trevis, Trivess), 

anv, especiallv Lanes., Chesh. and Hants. ; 

1239. 
Treat (Treatt, Tret), Somerset ; 1236. 
Tregelles, Cornwall ; 495. 



Tregenza, Cornwall ; 1083. 

Tregunna, Cornw., abt. 1760 ; 128. 

Treleaven, Cornwall, <ix. ; 1037. 

Trench, Norf. and Hackney ; 465. 

Trendle (Trendell), any ; 121. 

Tress (see Tracy). 

Tresse, Newcastle-on-Trent, 17th Cent. ; 1140. 

Trevelyan (Trevilian), Kruscomb in Soms., 

Devon or Cornwall ; 986. 
Trevers (see Travers). 
Trevilyan, Exeter, 18th Cent. ; 322. 
Trevis (see Travers). 
*Trimnell ; 122. 
Tripp, Rhode Island, 1635 ; 1237. 
Trist (see Pt. 3). 
Tritton, Anglo-Saxon : — Somerset, Gloucs., 

Worcs. Norman : — Kent, South Yorks. 

Later : — Kent ; 1238. 
Tritton, East Kent ; 1346. 
Trivers (see Travers). 
Trivess (see Travers). 
Tronson, Coudray, France ; Cavan, Ireland ; 

1600-1800; 1331. 
Trot (Trott, Trotte), Somerset ; 1236. 
Trotman (see Pt. 3). 
Trouille ; 1338. 

Troutbeck, Cheshire, before 1550 ; 386. 
Troyte, Devon, 18th Cent. ; 655. 
True; 1363. 

Trumans, Walthamstow ; 455. 
Trundle (Trundell), any; 121. 
Tubman, Whitehaven, 17th Cent. ; 1249. 
Tuchel (see Twitchell). 
Tucker, Devon, before 1800 ; 510. 
Tucker, Throwleigh, Devon, before 1560 ; 1 241 . 
Tudor, any ; 1132. 

Tunna (Tunnah), Chesh., before 1750 ; 281. 
Tunstall (Tunsdale. Tonstil, &c), Northern 

Counties, especially 1665-1780, which is 

lacking (and see Pt. 3) ; 103. 
Tuppen, Sussex ; 1094. 
Tupper, in or from Channel Isles ; 240. 
Turenne, Huguenot, 1685, Sancerre ; 693. 
Turley (see Pt. 3). 
fTuRNER, Shrigley Hall, nr. Macclesfield, 19th 

Cent.; 22. 
fTuRNER, England, before 17S5 ; 649. 
Turner, Sutton Coldfield ; 949. 
Turner, Salisbury, Wilts., before 1750 ; 1243. 
Turner (see Pt. 3). 
Turnock, Leek ; 1037. 
Turnstead, before 1700; 319. 
Turpin, Leics., Cambs., London, 1600—1800 ; 

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Turton, Derbys., 1600-1800 ; 282. 

Turton, any before 1540 ; 1244. 

Turvey, Walcott, Worcs. ; 472. 

*Tuttle, New Haven, Conn., 1638 ; 686. 

Tweed, Essex ; 926. 

Tweedy, Essex and Yorks. ; 1055. 

Tweedy, Essex and Yorks. 17th Cent. ; 1246. 

Twemlow, East Chesh. and North Staffs. ; 1247. 

Twigge, Derbys., 1600-1800 ; 1272. 

Twiss, Beula, 1716 ; 1202. 

Twitcheix (Twichell, Tuchel), Dorset or 
Devon, early 17th Cent. ; 1248. 

Twysden, Roydon Hall, Kent ; 612. 

Tylecote, Leics. and Staffs. ; 75. 

Tyler, Walton, Somerset, before 1690 ; 707. 

Tylney, Bucks., 16th Cent. ; 552. 

Tyndali. (see Tindall). 

Tyng, London or Dunstable, before 1635 ; 70. 

Tynte, Somerset ; 716. 

Tyrrell, Stanford and Drayton, Berks., before 
1700 ; 931. 

Tyrrell, Kilbride, Symondstown, Ireland, 17th 
Cent. ; 1006. 

Tyrrell, Westmeath, Dublin, Meath, Essex, 
Bucks. ; 1251. 

Udall, Exeter, 1694 ; 37. 

Udny, principally Scotland ; 72. 

Udny, Aberdeenshire, before and after Rebel- 
lion of 1745 ; 768. 

Uglow, Devon, formerly Breton ; 1343. 

Underhill ; 675. 

Underwood, Weston, Herts., 1 334-1 634 ; and 
Bucks, (especially Bletchley) ; 1252. 

Underwood, U.S.A., from 1637 ; 1253. 

Unthank, Rosedale, N.R. Yorks., before 1650 ; 
975. 

Unwin (old forms, Ohnwyn, Onewyn, Ohn- 
wine, &c), Castle Headingham and Steeple 
Bumpstead, Essex, before 1750 ; Horton 
and Yabington, Hants, (before 1500, and 
later); Chatterley and Clough, Staffs.; 1255. 

Upham, before 1600 ; 1047. 

Uphome, before 1600 ; 1047. 

L'pton, Antrim ; 794. 

Uyvenhedj (see Van Neukirchen). 

Vaillant, London and Surrey, 16S5-1800 ; 636. 

Valentine, Eccles. Lanes. ; 540. 

Valentine, Freetown. Mass., 1700-1005 ; 1041. 

Valiant, Maryland, 1650-1750 ; 636. 

Vallancey (see Pt. 3). 

Van Balveren ; 1267. 

Van Beuningen, anv ; 1260. 

Van Bockom ; 1338! 

Van Borrendam (see Borrendamme). 



VanBylandt; 1267. 

Vance (see De Vance). 

Van Dam, Holland ; 339. 

Van Der Meer, Holland ; 339. 

Van Der Stern ; 1338. 

Van De Stolpe, Sealand (Netherlands), 1600- 

1800; 730. 
Van Erpecum (Von E., De E.), Belgium and 

Aix-la-Chapelle, before 1600 ; 1259. 
Van Heemskerck, Holland ; 339. 
Van Helsdingen, any ; 1260. 
Van Homrigh (see Pt. 3). 
Van Lennep, before 1600 ; 1262. 
Van Marle (see De Marle). 
Van Meter, N.Y., Pa., Va., 1730 ; 1286. 
Van Neukirchen, gend. Uyvenheim ; 1267. 
Van Oudt, Amsterdam, 17th Cent. ; 1265. 
Van Pook, Low Countries, 17th Cent. ; 1006. 
Van Pouke, Low Countries, 17th Cent. ; 1006. 
|Van Riper, Holland to Am. before 1750 ; 1216. 
Van Romunde (Van Romondt) ; 1265. 
Van Son; 381. 
Van Verschuer ; 1267. 
Varnham, any ; 789. 
Vashon, French refugees ; 557. 
Vaughan, Wales ; 366. 

fVAUGHAN, North of Ireland, 1600-1800 ; 595. 
Vaughan, Cwmywili and Penybane, co. Car- 
marthen, after 1600 ; 931. 
Vaughton, Midland Counties, 1400-1800 ; 1270. 
Vaux, England before 1772, Phila., Pa., U.S.A., 

since ; 1271. 
Veldon (Weldon), came to Ireland 17th Cent. ; 

364. 
Venables (see Pt. 3). 
Ventcomb, England and N. Jersey, 1600 and 

1700 ; 236. 
Venn, Devon, Somerset, 1400-1600 ; 1272. 
Verboom, Holland ; 339. 
|Verdon, Clonmore, co. Louth, before 1620 ; 

1292. 
Vernatti, Yorks. and London, before 1700 : 

227. 
Vernatti, Lines., London, and Holland ; 935. 
Vernham, any ; 789. 
Vernon, Yorks., Som., Home and Eastern 

Counties, Quaker period ; 150. 
Vernon, Worcs., 1600-1800 ; 626. 
Verral (or Verrall), any ; 789. 
Verrall, Steyning and Brighton, Sussex ; 1064. 
Vesey, Lines., before 1S00 ; 87. 
Vesey, Midland Counties, 1400-1S00 ; 1270. 
Vesey (later Vessey), Lines., formerly Ireland ; 

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Vessey, Lines., before 1S00 ; 87. 

Viall, America ; 1147. 

Vicars, Queen's Co., Ireland, 1600 ; 1274. 

Vidler ; 1275. 

Viggers (see Weygers). 

Vignoles or Vignolles (see De Vignoles). 

Villiers (any spelling), any ; 369. 

Vincent; 151. 

Viner, Wilts, before 1750 ; 1337. 

Virley, E. Yorks., before 1240 ; 873. 

Von Aspern, Germany from Netherlands, via 

Denmark ; 1277. 
fVoN Borcke, Germany ; 1267. 
Von Der Ohe, any ; 122. 
Von Erpecum (see Van Erpecum). 
Von Piern, Aix-la-Chapelle, before 1600 ; 1259, 
Von Reineck (Von Rheineck), Germany, 

Scotland, Holland, before 1650 ; 1264. 
Von Werpe, Hanover, Brunswick, Saxony, 

before 1291, after 1400 ; 391. 
Vowell, alias Hooker, Devon and Hants. 

from Wales ; 653. 
Vyner, Wilts, before 1750 ; 1337. 
Waddilove, London, Yorks., Northumb. ; 33. 
Wade, Skipton ; 1083. 
Wade, Yorks. ; 1337. 
Wadsworth, Northants. ; 789. 
fWAGET, before 1700 ; 961 . 
Wainewright, London, before 1750 ; Ferry- 
bridge, Yorks. ; 1281. 
Wakefield, Middx., before 1600 ; 164. 
Waker (Walker), Hull, iSth Cent. ; 587. 
Wakerley, Northants, Notts., Yorks., &c. ; 

1283. 
Wales, Peterborough, 18th Cent. ; 1357. 
|Walford, Hereford, Essex, and especially 

Worcester before 1750 ; 1284. 
Walker, 1700 ; 179. 
Walker, Suff. or Camb. ; 809. 
Walker, Spaw House, nr. Rotherham and 

Sheffield; 1255. 
Walker (see Waker). 

Wall, Powick, Worcs. , and Herefords. ; 151. 
Wall (" Devereux "), Northants., iSth Cent. ; 

1061. 
fWALLACE, Auchans, Scotland ; 230. 
Waller, any ; 1287. 

Wallis, London and Ireland before 1800 ; 1289. 
Wallis (see Pt. 3). 
Wallworth, any ; 447. 
*Walmesley, Coldcoates Hall, Lanes. ; 777. 
Walpole, Norf. ; 927. 
Walrond, Devon ; 9. 
Walsh ; 950. 



Walsh (see Pt. 3, under Welsh). 

Walter, Va. and Md., U.S.A., since 1659 ; 

1290. 
Walter (Walters), any in U.S.A. ; 1345. 
Walter ; 1053. 
Walter, Warws. ; 1133. 
Walton, Virginia, before 1750 ; 253. 
Walton, Longton and Preston ; 917. 
Walton, Alston, co. Durham, or Cumb., 1600- 

1900, and Worsley, Lanes., 19th Cent. ; 

1072. 
Walton, Durham, London; 1181. 
Wamsley, co. Fermanagh, before 1790 ; 8S3. 
Wanley ; 542. 

Wannop, Cumb., 1600-1800 ; 692. 
Warburton, Chesh., 17th Cent. ; 429. 
Warburton, Chesh. ; 519. 
Warburton, Flints, and Chesh. ; 777. 
Warburton, Eccles. Lanes, from Chesh. ; 1291. 
Warcupp, of English, co. Oxon ; 910. 
Ward, Cold Higham ; Middleton Cheney ; 

1450-1550 ; 415. 
fWARD, Va. and Kentucky ; 686. 
{Ward, Hancock Co., Maine, iSth Cent. ; 936. 
Ward, Capesthorne, Chesh., before 1570 ; 1292. 
-j-Ward, Newcastle-under-Lvme, before 1620 ; 

1292. 
Ward, Yorks. ; 1293. 

Ward, Staffs., Derbyshire and Notts. ; 1294. 
Ward, Suff., 17th Cent. ; 1295. 
Ward, Mellifont, co. Antrim : 1296. 
Ward, Notts., Derbys. and Northants. ; 1297. 
Warde, Yorks., 1500-1700 ; 1232. 
Wardell, any ; 736. 
Wardell (see Pt. 3). 
Warden, New England, 1769 ; 1300. 
Warder (? London) ; later. Isle of Wight ; 

after 1701, America ; 1271. 
Wardlaw, co. Cavan, 19th Cent. ; 323. 
Wardlaw, Scotland and co. Down, 17th Cent. ; 

743. N 
Ware (see Pt. 3, under Butt). 
Waring, Louth or Meath, before 1650 ; 106. 
Waring, Salop before 1700 ; 1337. 
Warne (see Pt. 3). 
Warner, Boxted, Essex, border of Suff., 1500- 

1625; 1301. 
Warren, Stockport, Chesh.. before 1800 ; 25. 
Warren, London, 1590-1620 : 1151. 
Warren, cos. Carlow and Wicklow ; 1168. 
Warren, Shepperton, Middx. ; 1186. 
Warren, cos. Down or Armagh, 17th Cent. ; 

1302. 
Warren, Essex and Herts. ; 1365. 



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Warren (see Pt. 3, under Bray). 
Warton (Wharton), 1581 Lanes. ; 1761 Lon- 
don and Yorks. ; 627. 
Warton (see Wharton). 
Wase, Sufi., 1500-1800; 1332. 
W Ashbourne, Worcs., Northants., 1250-1750 ; 

368. 
jWaterhouse, Middletown, Conn., 1700-1825 ; 

936. 
Waters (Waterhouse, Watrous), New Engl., 

before 1825 ; 1303. 
Waterworth, Yorks. (? Leeds), before 1800 ; 

1380. 
fWATHEN, any ; 550. 
Wathen (see Worthen). 
Watkins, Llanigon and Hay, co. Brecon, before 

1600 ; 600. 
Watkins ; 1363. 
Watson, Cumb., before 1700 ; Ringshall, 

Sufi., 18th Cent. ; 212. 
Watson, North Seaton, Northumberland ; 

759. 
Watson, Garryhennedy, co. Tipp. ; 1098. 
Watson, Carlisle ; 1185. 
Watson, Cumb., 1600-1690 ; Suff. and Hants. ; 

1304. 
fWATTS, Cadbury, N. Somerset, before 1550 ; 

851. 
Watts, Sussex, 1650-17S0 ; 1116. 
Wattson, any (with two T's) before 1750 ; 

1307. 
Wattson (see Pt. 3). 
Wavell; 132. 
Way (Waye), London or Dorchester, 1700 ; 

1308. 
Wayne, England ; 922. 
Wead (Weede, Weed), England before 1631, 

U.S.A. since ; 1314. 
Webb, Ireland and Bristol, from 1600 ; 448. 
Webb, Southampton, 1642-1707 ; 636. 
Webb, cos. Cork and Limerick, 1600-1S00 ; 

919. 
fWEBLEY, Tildenham, Gloucs.. 18th Cent. ; 

402. 
fWEBSTER, 17th Cent. ; 466. 
Webster, Yorks., before 1700 ; 474. 
Webster, Ormsby ; 1124. 
Webster, Ashburne, Derbys., &c. ; 1217. 
Weddell, Hants., 18th Cent. ; 590. 
Weddell (Weddall), Yorks., after 1400 ; 

1311. 
Wedderburn, Fife and Forfarshire ; 1312. 
Wedgwood, any ; 1313. 
Weede or Weed (see Wead). 



Weekes (Wyke, Wire, Wykys, &c), Devon 

(South Tawton, &c, and especially Byndon 

in Axmouth), 1263-1800 ; 754. 
Weekes, first settlers in America ; 754. 
Weekes ; 1275. 

Weekley, Northants., before 1750 ; 1337. 
Weinrich, Nassau ; 1110. 
Weister, any ; 1336. 
Welch, Beaulieu, London ; 719. 
Welch, Warws., 1760 ; 1315. 
Welchman, Oxon, 1550-1660 ; Banbury, Oxon, 

1685-1740 ; 1315. 
Weldon, Weldon, Northumb. ; 162. 
Weldon, Ralimderry and Kilmorony, since 

1600; 1316. 
fWELDON, Northumb., 10G6-1700 ; Staffs., 

Kent, Berks., before 1700 (and see Pt. 3) ; 

1316. 
Weldon (see Vei.don). 
Welles ; 1326. 

Wellman, Ilminster, S.W. Engl. ; 1020. 
Wellman (see Pt. 3). 
Wells, 1500-1625 ; 1301. 
Wells (Welles, De Welles), Lanes., Bucks., 

Windsor, London, &c, 1500-1676 wanted, 

1676-1800 known : 1318. 
Welply (Welpley, Whelpley), Wales, 17th 

Cent., and America ; 1319. 
Welsh (see Pt. 3). 
Welson, any; 1320. 
*Wendell, to 1642 ; 1321. 
Wensley; 1363. 
Wescombe (see Westcombe). 
West, Warws. ; 146. 
West, any ; 1322. 

West, Tonbridge and Deptford, Kent ; 1362. 
Westbrook, Surrey, before 1600 ; 930. 
Westcombe (Wescombe). Somersets. ; 400. 
Westcombe, Somersets., before 1700 ; 930. 
fWESTCOTT ; 675. 

Westcott, Kent and Devon ; 1335. 
Westley, Northants. : 1323. 
Weston, Rugeley, Staffs., 16th Cent. ; 128. 
Weston, Rugeley, 1400-1S00 ; 737. 
Weston, Berks., Bucks., Oxfordsh., Northants., 

1600-1725 ; 1324. 
Weston (see Pt. 3). 
j-Westropp, Fort Anne, co. Clare, 17th Cent. ; 

1329. 
Weyburn ; 1326. 
Weygers (Viggers), Antwerp, before 1600 ; 

1259. 
Wgan (see Wogan). 
Whaley (Whalley) ; 657. 



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Whaley (see Pt. 3). 


Wigmore, Lucton, before 1600 ; 660. 


Wharton (Warton), Swine, E.R. Yorks., 


Wire (see Weekes). 


before 1800 ; 975. 


Wilbraham, Chesh. ; 1247. 


Wharton, Descendants of Thos., 2nd son of 


Wilby, Northants. and Herts. ; 1143. 


2nd Lord W. ; 1109. 


Wilcox, Liverpool district, early i8th Cent. ; 


Wharton (see Warton). 


35. 


Wheaton (Wheedon), South West Engl. ; 


Wildbore (see Pt. 3). 


1020. 


Wilde (see Pt. 3). 


Wheeler (see Pt. 3). 


Wilder ; 1339. 


Wheelwright, Yorks. ; 1233. 


Wilders ; 409. 


Whelpley (see Welply). 


Wilkins, Gloucs., before 1700 ; 930. 


Whetcroft, Dublin, 1700 ; Phila., Pa., and 


Wilkinson, Durham, before 1660 ; 707. 


Annapolis, Md. ; 632. 


Williams (Will yams, &c), Cefn Yorwydd, 


Whetham, Dorset and Somerset ; 1328. 


Glams., before 1650 ; 53. 


Whichcote, London. 1760 ; 636. 


Williams, Newfoundland ; 89. 


Whiffle, Booking, Essex ; 377. 


fWiLLiAMS, Edwinsford, nr. Manelly, 1700-1900 ; 


Whitbread, Beds, or Herts. ; 887. 


104. 


Whitby, Chesh. and co.Waterford, 17th Cent. ; 


Williams, Bridehead, Dorset and Moor Park ; 


743. 


590. 


White, Middletown, Conn., U.S.A., after 1650 ; 


fWiLLiAMS, Hampton and Hampton Falls, 


6. 


N.H., 18th Cent. ; 936. 


tWHiTE, Larne, co. Antrim, iSth Cent. ; 402. 


Williams, Llangibby ; 949. 


White, Dorchester ; 954. 


Williams (descended from Cromwell) ; 1219. 


IWhite, Liskeard, Cornw., 17th Cent. ; 1329. 


Williams, South Branch Valley, Va., 1730 ; 


fWHiTE, co. Waterford, at or nr. Dromana, 


1286. 


Barony Diecies, 1500-1700 ; 1330. 


Williams (see Pt. 3). 


White, Cork and Waterford ; 1331. 


Williamson, Dublin, from co. Galway ; 1052. 


Whitebrook, Salop, 1300-1700 ; Staffs, and 


Williamson, Liverpool, Ripon, &c. ; 1219. 


London ; 1332. 


Williamson (see Wyllyamson). 


Whitehead, Bury, Lanes., 18th Cent. ; 668. 


Williamson (see Pt. 3). 


Whitehouse, Alcester, before 1770 ; 508. 


Willis, Yorks., iSth Cent. ; 213 


fWHITEMAN ; 1195. 


Willis, London, 1635 ; 1348. 


Whitfield, Mortlake, Surrey, before 1630 ; 


Wills, Northants., 1650; 373. 


915. 


Wills, Northants. ; 1323. 


Whitfield, Whitfield Hall, Northumb., to 


Wilmer, any ; 549. 


1700 ; Wolsingham, co. Durham, after 


Wilmot, Worcs., 1600-1800 ; 213. 


1700, Marton-in-Cleveland, abt. 1777 ; 


Wilmot (see Pt. 3). 


1333. 


Wilson, Ballvmagowan and Londonderry ; 


Whitford ; 657. 


before 1749 ; 259. 


Whitford, U.S.A., since 1680 ; 1334. 


Wilson, Dunbar ; 590. 


Whiting, Sufi and Lines., 1500-1700 ; 1030. 


Wilson, Skerries, co. Antrim ; 739. 


Whitlock, Somerset and Devon, 1600-1800 ; 


Wilson, Maryland, U.S.A. ; 1090. 


931. 


Wilson ; 1170. 


Whitmore ; 1023. 


Wilson, Croglin, Dumfriesshire, before 1700 ; 


Whitney, 17th Cent. ; 142. 


1349. 


♦Whitney, any ; 485. 


Wilson, " Alston," Cumb. (cf. Crisp's Visit, of 


Whittard, any ; 854. 


Engl, and Wales, vol. I.) ; 1350. 


Whittingham, Durham, before 1800 ; 887. 


Wilson, temp. Qu. Anne, Stenson hamlet, co. 


WlDDRINGTON ; 491. 


Derby (suspected to be Wilston, from 


Widdrington, Northumb. ; 1143. 


Wilson, otherwise Wilston, N.W. Leics., 12 


Wiester, any ; 1336. 


miles distant) ; 1351. 


Wigan, Midlands; 1337. 


Wilson, Keighley and Kildwick in Craven. W. 


Wiggin, Midlands ; 1337. 


Riding of Yorks., before 1700 ; 1352. 


Wiggins, Midlands ; 1337. 


Wilson (see Pt. 3). 



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Winch, Bray, 1290-1600 ; 497. 

Winchester, Hurstmonceux, Sussex, 1750- 

1850; 768. 
Winckleys, Preston ; 917. 
Winder, Westmorland ; 1 354. 
Windle, before 1800 ; 1100. 
Wingate, principally Scotland ; 72. 
Wingate, Stirlingshire, Glasgow, Beds., Bucks., 

Herts, and America ; 1355. 
Wingfield, Rutland, Suff. ; 1356. 
♦Winship, America ; 296. 
Winslade (Winsland), Devon, 18th Cent., 

Plymouth district ; 587. 
Winsley; 1363. 
Winslow, Salisbury, Mass., and Kingston. 

N.H. ; 1097. 
Winslow ; 1363. 

WlNTHROP ; 675. 

Winthrop, co. Cork ; 950. 
Winthrop (see Pt. 3, under Tinker.) 
Wisdom, Moira, co. Down, 1750 ; 327. 
Wither (Wyther), Lanes., Gloucs., Staffs., 

Herefords., Somersets., Hants., Essex, 

1100-1700 ; 132. 
Withers, U.S.A., 1600-1800 ; 132. 
Withers, London, especially St. Andrews, 

Holborn ; 1047. 
Wogan (Wgan, Ogwan, Owgan, &c), Pem- 

brokes, Walls, and Lisburne, co. Down, 

before 1650 ; 53. 
Wolfe, Dublin, and Nantwich, 1650-1750 ; 

481. 
Wolfe (see Pt. .3, under Wolfe and Blrcher). 
Wolstenholme, Derbys., 1600 ; 457. 
Wood, Dorchester, Mass., U.S.A., 17th Cent. ; 

190. 
tWooD, before 1640 ; 204. 
Wood, Grangehaugh, Scotland, about 1602 ; 

allied with Gent family about four genera- 
tions back, since then named Gent- Wood; 

520. 
Wood (Atwood), Hollingborne, Kent, 17th 

Cent. ; 537. 
tWooD, Waldron, Sussex, 17th Cent. ; 537. 
{Wood, England, 17th Cent. ; 675. 
Wood, Lanes., before 1685 ; 707. 
tWooD, London, before 1500 ; 851. 
Wood, Cornwall ; 1083. 
Wood (Dubois, Huguenot), Wolverhampton, 

Hammersmith (Slircwsburv, 17th Cent.) ; 

1088. 
Wood, Devon ; 1351. 
tWooD, Manchester, 1800 ; 1360. 
Wood (see Pt. 3). 



Woodgate, Tonbridge district, Kent ; 1362. 

Woodhams, Sussex, before 1790 ; 724. 

Woodroofe, co. Wexford, 1600- 1800 ; 344. 

fWooDRUFF ; 365. 

Woodruff ; 1363. 

Woodthorpe, Suff. and Essex ; 870. 

Woodthorpe, Lines, and London, before 1800 ; 

1380. 
Woodward, Bristol and Bitton, 17th Cent. ; 

243. 
Woodward, Bristol, 18th Cent. ; 351. 
Woodward, New Engl., 1630-1900 ; 1386. 
fWooDYATT, Hereford and Worcs., 1600-1800 ; 

777. 
Wooldridge, Winchester ; 590. 
Woolley, Derbys., 1600-1800 ; 282. 
Woollery, Jamaica, West Indies, iSth Cent. ; 

323. 
Woollery, Jamaica, 17th Cent. ; 743. 
Woolner, Suff. or Camb. ; 809. 
Woolston, Northants. ; 789. 
Worme, Northants. ; 789. 
Worms, Northants. ; 789. 

Worrall, Wilmslow, Chesh., 1685-1760 ; 608. 

Worsley, before 1700 ; 669. 

Worsley, Lanes. ; 1291. 

Worsley, any ; 1 368. 

Worters, Essex, about 1760 ; 57. 

Worth, Lanes, and Chesh., 1600-1S00 ; 1357. 

Worthen (Wathen), Bristol, early 17th Cent. ; 
466. 

Wotton, Kent, Tudor period'; 1368. 

Wrangham, Yorks. ; 1233. 

Wrathall, Yorks. ; 1083. 

Wright, Staffs, and Derby, before 1800 ; 227. 

Wright, Cas. Bromwich, Warwick, and Mass., 
U.S.A.; 1119. 

Wright, Derbys., 1500-1700 ; 1137. 

Wright, America ; 1147. 

Wright, Lichfield ; 1294. 

Wright, Suff., Leicester, Warwick ; 1500- 1700 ; 
1369. 

Wright, South Weald, Essex, 1570-1635 ; 1371. 

WRiGHT,North Kelsey and Market Rasen. Lines., 
early 18th Cent. ; Holderness, Yorks., 
late 17th Cent. ; 1372. 

Wright, Tattenhall and Nantwich, Chesh. 
before 1700 ; 1375 and 1376. 

Wright (see Pt. 3). 

Wroth, Essex, Herts., after 1050 ; 1288. 

Wyatt, Allington Castle, Kent ; 141. 

Wyatt (Wyat) ; 151. 

Wyatt, Northants. ; 1323. 

Wyborne, Hawkeswell Place, Kent; 106. 



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Wyeth— Zouche 



PART II. 



Wyeth, England, 1505 ; 77. 

Wyke, WYKYS (see Weekes). 

Wyllyamson (Williamson), Guildford, Shalford, 

East Clandon, Surrey, 1580-1780 ; 1347. 
Wyman (see Pt. 3, under Wellman). 
Wymondesell (Wymondsolde, &c), Putney ; 

404. 
Wymondesold, Surrey, 1600- 1800 ; Berks., 

18th Cent. ; 151. 
Wynch (see Pt. 3). 
Wynell, Dorset and Cornw. ; 777. 
Wyther (see Wither). 
Yardley, any ; 428. 
Yate, Berks., Kent, London, &c, 1500-1700 ; 

1375 and 1376. 
Yates, Lanes. ; 50. 
Yates, Eastham, Mass., 1750; 633. 



Yates, Astbury, Congleton, Chesh., about 

1797 ; 1377. 
Yeend (Yend, End, Ind, Neend, Nynd), 

Glo'ster, Worcester and London ; 1337. 
Yend (see Yeend). 

Young, Omagh, co. Tyrone, 1750 ; 327. 
f Young, Fifeshire, 17th Cent. ; 1378. 
fYoUNG, Culdaft, co. Donegal, before 1668; 

1379. 
Younger, Hopperston and Ferryton, Scotland. 

before 1800 ; 1380. 
Yorke, Northants., 17th Cent. ; 473. 
Zelley, any; 1381. 
Zouch, Sandal Magna, Yorks., 18th Cent. ; 

1372. 
Zouche, Barons ; Parham Park, Petworth, 

Sussex, after 1778 ; 869. 



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Abbot — Ashead 



Part III. 

GENEALOGICAL QUERIES AND MEMORANDA. 

[From May, 1896, to May, 1900, inclusive, Mr. George F. Tudor Sherwood edited, under this title, 
a quarterly magazine devoted to Genealogy, Family History, Heraldry and Topography. By 
his kind permission his copyrighted title is used here.] 



Many correspondents sent notes and queries unsuitable for inclusion in Part II., e.g., references to 

"individuals " instead of " surnames of families." 
The majority of these communications will be found in this Part. 
The Compiler intended to exclude all contributions which did not fall within the original scope of the 

work, but, as much valuable information would have been lost by so doing, he has made this 

separate Part for them. 
In order that no contributor might feel aggrieved at the fact being made public that he had misunderstood 

the idea of the work, several of the Compiler's friends were told about this Part and especially 

requested to contribute. Consequently, it is impossible to distinguish those contributions which 

were made in error from those which were made by invitation. 
" Genealogical Queries and Memoranda " will remain a feature of the International Genealogical 

Directory, but in future it will be necessary for contributors to this Part to bear a share of 

the extra cost of printing, &c, entailed by its inclusion. The prospectus of the next edition 

will contain full information on this point. 
In time it is hoped that it will become an index to all the difficulties or " missing links," which every 

genealogist, whether amareur or professional, is bound to encounter. 
To every surname mentioned in this Part there is a cross-reference in Part II. 
As in Part II., the number in dark type at the end of each entry refers to the name and address of the 

contributor in Part I. 
The significance of the f is explained on p. 57. 
Any rewards offered by contributors are payable by them to the first finder only, and all such offers 

expire one year after the date of publication. 
The Compiler accepts no responsibility of any kind in connection with rewards offered. 



Abbot (Abbott), family of the Lord Mayor of London, especially descendants of his son Edward, 

who settled in Leghorn ; 1242. 
TAbbott (Abbot), George (father of George, Nehemiah and Thomas), abt. 1620-1635 ; ? Yorks. ; 2. 
Abraham, descendants of Daniel and Rachel (Fell) Abraham, of Swarthmore Hall ; 874. 
Ainsworth, Peter, Lanes., 1OS0-1707 ; m. to Mary Hilton, 1707 ; birth or baptism wanted ; 449. 
Alford, descendants of Benedictus A., who settled in Windsor, Conn., abt. 1635 ; 19. 

Alfray, wanted marriage of John A. to Dennis (or Dinah ), 1600-1630 ; 17. 

Allen, Edward, London, before 1600 ; George and Samuel, England, before 1635 ; 16. 

Allen, descendants of Walter A., of Mass., U.S.A. ; 115. 

Allen, Samuel, of Chew Magna, nr. Bristol, came to Penna., 1681, and settled on Xeshennmg Creek ; 

638. , , 

Alvord, descendants of Alexander A., who came to America abt. 1632 from Somersets. ; settled 

in Windsor, Conn., abt. 1635 and Northampton, Mass., 1600 ; 19. 
Ashead, Edward, of Adlington, who d. 1673 ; 514. 

90 



Ashley— Brooke 

PART III. 

Ashley, came from England to Plymouth, Mass., abt. 1630 to 1640, may have settled in Maine or 

somewhere along the Merrimac River on a large tract of land granted them by England before 

they went to Mass. Two brothers returned and one remained in America ; 40. 
Bacon, Michael, Dedham, Mass., 1640. Arrived that year; 51. 
Bailey, John, 164S ; viewer of chimneys and ladders at Hartford, Conn. ; a constable in Hartford, 

1656-7 ; one of the original purchasers and settlers of Haddam, Conn., in 1662 ; d. about 1696 ; 54. 
Baily, Joel, of Wilts., England, emigrated to Pennsylvania, abt. 1680 ; 60. 
Baird, Wm., co Down, in. Elizabeth Russell, wanted antecedents of both ; 290. 
Baker. Books, book-plates, autograph letters, medals, manuscripts, tokens, portraits, tracts and 

curiosities, by or relating to the Baker family, wanted to purchase by No. 62. 
Baker, Erancis, of Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Mass. ; 428. 

Baldwin - , Sir John, Aylesbury, Bucks.. 1540 ; Richard B., Dundridge, Aston Clinton ; 67. 
Bankes (Banks), Richard, emigrant to New England, 1635 ; 71. 
IBarbek, James, Berks., 1630- 1632 ; 74. 
Barbour, John, with dau., Mrs. Mary Gibbs, and sons, John and James B., came to Maine from 

Scotland, in iSth Cent. ; 76. 
Barrett, Thos., of Chelmsford. Mass. ; 82. 
Barron, Ellis and wife, Joace ; Watertown, Mass., 1640 ; 174. 
|Bastard. Did a Bastard of Devon go over to Holland as a military man ? The name Bastard is 

also found in France ; 85. 
Baxter ; Rev. Martin Baxter, D.D., Dean of Kilkenny, living 1707. Wanted reference to his will, 

and whom did his dau., Mary, marry ? 411. 
Beard, Kildare and West Meath, 1649-1800 ; believed to descend from Thos. Beard, D.D., J. P. of 

Huntingdon, Cromwell's Schoolmaster ; 94. 
Beaumont, Annabella, afterwards Mrs. Prior, Great Dunmow and Thorley, Essex, London, &c, 

1683- 1776 ; Rev. Thos. B., Grt. Dunmow, 1639-1710 ; 658. 
Bennett, Richard, of Walhills in Ledbury parish, Herefords., 1680 ; 110. 
Bensted ; Crest : A sea lion holding a cross patonce ; Coat : Gules, 3 bars-gemelle, or. What motto, 

if any, has been used with these Arms ? 114. 
Birchenhough, Francis of Rainow, miller, 1633-1684 ; 514. 
Blake, Watcombe, Devon ; to connect with Admiral Blake ; 980. 
Blenman, dau. of Blenman, of Croscombe, Somerset, m. Thos. Gr.eme (who was he ?), 

their arms are quartered after the New Grant of 1650 ; 543. 
Blossom, Ancestors and Descendants of Thomas B., the Pilgrim, who came to America, 1629 ; 1193. 
Booth, Robt., Salford, Lanes., 16th Cent. ; 155. 

Bosworth, sailed from Gravesend, England, 1634, in ship Eliz. and Dorcas ; 277. 
Bourne, from Richard B. of Sandwich, Mass., U.S.A., to present ; also connection desired with 

family in England ; 161. 

Boverick (Bouverie), , in. Thirkell ; parents of George Thirkell, whom see ; 329. 

Bowers, George and wife, Barbara, Scituate, Mass., 1637 5 information concerning his ancestry 

especially desired ; 163. 
fBoYD, Higatt, M.P., of Rosslare, co. Wexford, 18th Cent. ; 257. 
Brainerd, Daniel, Hartford, Conn.. 1646 ; 174. 
IBrand, Thos., surgeon, London, before 1752 ; 613. 
Bray, Henry ; b. in England : d. Salem Vil., June 4, 1674 ; will dated May 24, 1674 ; m. April 5, 

1662, Sarah Warren, of Watertown ; 1018. 
Brereton, Major in Army, Battle of the Boyne ; Christian name wanted ; 180. 
Briscoe, wanted ancestry of Wm. B., "of Apley Castle, Wellington, Salop, Gent." in 1740; and 

of Benj. B., surgeon, Stourbridge, " aged 24 or thereabouts " when he in. in 1724 ; 188. 
Brodbelt, before 1740, when Daniel B. was settled in Jamaica. Arms : Gu., 3 bendlets wavy, or ; 

775. 
Brooke, Sir Arthur Douglas Brooke. Bart. Sir Basil Brooke. Knt., died Julv. 1633. Who were 

his ancestors ? According to MS. F.H. 2, Library Trin. Coll. Dublin, Sir Bazile Brookes was 

buried in Dublin in 17th Cent. ; 193. 



Brooks— Dampier , _^ 

THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



Brooks, George, of St. Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica, d. 1750, aged 62. Supposed to be of Cheshire 
family. Arms : A cross engrailed per pale. Crest : Above an esquire's helmet a brock or 
badger passant ; 775. 
Bulloch, Glasgow, b. 1701 ; 210. 

tBuRCHER, sister of General Edward and aunt of General James Wolfe. She lived in the New 
Forest, was alive in 1755 ; her Christian name desired ; may be recorded in Parish Register 0! 
one of the Churches in the New Forest, at her burial ; 1352. 
Burke, Edmund, Dublin ; 93. 

Burr, James ; wanted marriage with Elizabeth Ware, probably Gretna Green, abt. 17S0 ; 854. 
Cady, Nicholas, England, before 1645 ; 16. 
Campbell, Peter, Glenlyon, Scotland, 1730 ; 233. 

Campbell ; Douglas Neal C, Sailor and Admiral in 1750 came in ship Caledonia to States ; hu 

eldest son, John, was father of Samuel, who was father of Elizabeth C, grandmother of No. 44. 

Carew, descendants or ancestors of Thomas C, who settled at Boston, Mass., abt. 1700, coming from 

Barbadoes, W.I. ; 1126. 
Carte, Daniel, born in Cork (family name originally Macarthy), died 1848, lived at Perth, m. a Miss 

Taylor, of Perth ; 534. 
Carter, any Jeremiah Carters, especially Yorkshire, and the J. C. who emigrated to Pennsylvania in 

1682; 250. 
Chase, Aquila, Newbury, Mass., U.S.A., 1646 ; 1065. 
Chicken, Col., of Belfast, before 1700 ; 319. 

Chitty, wanted ancestry of Jesse C, of Guildford, b. about 1720 ; 270. 
Ckark, Richard, Newmarket, N.H., U.S.A., 1648 ; 1065. 
Clarke, John, Sufi'., before 1637 ; 977. 

Clement, Jan, from Holland to Flatbush, Long Island (now N. Y. City), 1663 ; m. Marie BOQUET ; 283. 
Clement, Gregory, beheaded for signing death warrant of Chas. I. His sons, John and James 

came to America abt. 1669, and one of their daughters, Margaret, m. Arthur Powell. Ancestry 0; 

Clement and Powell wanted. Powell was from Wales ; his descendants resided in Barbadoes, 

Long Island, N.Y., New Jersey, Virginia; 1012. 
Clerke, Vicar of Thame, Oxford, 1670-1700 ; Clerke, Baronet, of Hitcham, Bucks. ; 457. 
Clifford and Cliffords Dragoons ; of Dublin, was in retinue of James II. 2nd June 1690 ; 1245. 
Coffin (Coffyn), Tristram, born Brixton. England, 1605 ; came to America, 1642 ; 51. 
■fCoLLYER, Governor of Jersey, d. 1679 ; 764. 
Colt, Suffolk, descendants of Sir William Dutton Colt ; 153. 

Comyn, John, Earl of Angus, d. in France abt. 1244. Ancestors and descendants ; 839. 
Cooper, co. Cork, before 1740; wanted connection with senior branch (Cooper, Mark Ree, co. Sligo) 

and first settlement in Ireland ; 314. 
Cornish, Wm., of Marazion, Cornwall, J.P.. D.L., d. 1855. Whence did the family come to that place 

abt. 1730 ? He was related to Saunders-Allen, Jennet, Harvey, Hamilton, James, and 

Lawrence, for which families see Pt. 2 ; 321. 
TCotton, Nymwegen (Holland), 1724 Johanna C. m. J. F. Moltzer of old German nobility. Coat of 

Arms ? Father and Mother ? &c. ; 85. 
Croppenbergh.— Wm. Sherard (6. 1652), eldest son of George Sherard (b. 1626) by his wife Ann C. 

the dau. of a London merchant bv Mary (Said Mary had a son-in-law, Joseph Alston, and a 

brother, Vermuden, and in her will, proved 1652, described herself as a widow.) Wanted informa- 
tion about Ann's marriage and father ; 882. 
Dabney, John and Cornelius, grt.-grt. -grandsons of Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne, Huguenot, who 

emigrated to Wales, came to America 1717. John (querist's ancestor) m. Sarah Jennings, sister 

of a Wm. J. ; 290. 
Dalton, Lord John, Yorks. ; sons, Samuel, b. 1699, Robt., Wm. (or John ?) emigrated before 1742 ; 

Letitia (eldest child of Samuel, was grt.-grt.-grandmother of querist), b. 1742 ; 290 ^ 

Dalton, of Parrock Hall. Gravesend, b. abt.. 1740 ; 862. 

Dampier. Somerset and Dorset since 1558, France and Flanders at earlier date, connection wanted ; 

1328. 



De.Bois— Godfery 

PART III. 

De Bois (or Dubosc), whowas the father of the brothers, Reginald D., of Norman Exchequer, abt. 

1200-1204, and Mutford, Suff., and Geoffrey D., of Delce, Kent ? 158. 
De Gascoign (Gascoing, Gascon, &c.) James, b. 10O7. Lord of La Halle, Normandy. Son of Lord 

of Vere, Velancey, &c. Ancestry; 762. 
De Merlburg, Alured, after Domesday ; 336. 
De Molyns and Sackville, Dunsmore, Culm Sackville and Culm Ryner, Devon ; between 1260 and 

1333 J wa s there a marriage between these two families ? 507. 
De Veaux, Andre, Huguenot ; 210. 

f Dixon, The Crescent, City of London, 1790 ; of firm of "Gregson & Dixon " ; 396. 
Dixon, London, references wanted from unprinted registers only ; 1184. 
Dun, James, a native of Scotland, a soldier in the Dutch army (born about 1780) ; 1161. 
Durant (frequently pronounced Diirant), John (? from Essex, England), settled, abt. 1659, at Bil- 

lerica, Mass. ; in serveral branches spelling changed to Duren ; 423. 
Durant (pronounced Durant), Geo. (? from S.W. England, possibly Bodmin, Cornwall), settled, abt. 

1663, at Middletown, Conn. ; 423. 
Dwight, John, came to America, 1635. Wanted his connections and ancestry in England. He was 

probably related to John D., of Fulham, originator of pottery works in England ; 426. 
Eastham, John, eldest son of Thos. E. (whose ancestors at Mytton, nr. Clitheroe, for over a century) 
and Margaret Brogden, his wife (whose ancestors at Hoocliffe, nr. Clitheroe, for over two cen- 
turies) ; 432. 
Eastman, Roger, Salisbury, Mass., U.S.A., 163S-40 ; 1065. 
Eccles, Daniel, America, abt. 1800 ; 1048. 
Eliot, any line of descent from John E., Apostle to the Indians, whether of the surname Eliot or 

some other ; 443. 
Elliot, Chas. ; wanted marriage with Lydia Bailey, probably Middlesex, abt. 1770 ; 854. 
Ellis, before abt. 1805. John E., attorney-at-law, James Str., Westminster; also George E., of 

the same place ; 775. 
Errington, Thos., a member of the family of Beaufront Castle, Northumb., and Cocklaw Tower 

Northumb. ; wanted birth abt. 1715 ; 955. 
Esdaile (or Easdill), Peter E. and his son Thomas, of Bishopsgate, London, 18th Cent. ; 440. 
Ewington, Susan ; wanted marriage with Thos. Fredk. Salter, probably London, abt. 1S15 ; 854. 
Falkner, of Burgh or Willoughby, Lines., abt. 16S0, Thos. F. and parents ; 455. 

Fawcett, Thomas, b. 1751, '52 or '53, baptism wanted. He married, abt. 1770-1775, Elizabeth 

(maiden name wanted), who was born abt. 1755 or 1756. Their children were baptised at Rich- 
mond, Surrey. 1775 to 1788. Five Guineas Reward offered for marriage of Thomas and 
Elizabeth, provided that it can be proved to refer to these two. Thomas had a sister, Martha, b. 
abt. 1764 or 1765 (Two Guineas Reward for baptisms of both a Thomas and an Elizabeth, 
provided they occur in the same register under years above mentioned and are children of the same 
parents). Martha m., 17S3-1795, Henry Hickman, and settled at Colnbrook, Bucks. One Guinea 
for their marriage : 121. 
Ferris, Capt.. Exeter, from 1S20 ; 526. 
Fisher, John Michael, Norfolk, living 1745. Ancestry ; 762. 

Fisher, Solomon ; wanted marriage with Ann Hill, probably Gloucs., abt. 17S0 ; 854. 
Fitz Rolf, Turstin fitz Rolf, after Domesday ; 336. 
Foss (Fosse), Dover, N.H.. U.S.A., 1601 (Hohn) ; 1065. 
Gates, Stephen, Hmgham, Mass., U.S.A., came in 163S ; 1065. 

Gautier (Gaultier), Francois, St. Denis le Gost, Normandy, abt. 1730. Ancestry ; 762. 
Gaylord, Deacon William ; b. in England abt. 1585 ; was chosen Deacon 1630 at Plymouth ; 
came from Exeter, in the Mtiry and John,Xo Dorchester, Mass. ; removed to Windsor, Conn., 
between 1637 and 1640 ; d. 1673 ; 54. 
Gee, Edward, parentage of, m. Ann, dau. of Sir John Pratt ; 1100. 
Gilbert, book-plates, prints, tokens, &c, wanted ; 527. 
Glen, Wm., in S. Carolina, 18th Cent. ; 210. 
Godfery, Aaron, Exeter, d. 1798 ; 534. 

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Godfrey — H ood 

THE INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY. 



■jGodfrey, Col. Chas. G., Master of the Jewel Office (Queen Anne), m. Arabella, sister ofjjohn, 1st Duke 

of Marlborough ; 947. 
Goodwin, Geo., Rector of Morton, Essex, 1596 till death (1625-6). Wanted place of birth (1561) 

and residence in i594-'5-'6 ; 933. 
Gotherson, Major in Cromwell's army ; 141. 
Graham (or Gr.eme), sons of Robt, son of Bishop of Orkney, 1630, dead in 1699, held lands of 

Boshelholme, or Bolsham, in dioc. of St. Andrews, N.B. ; 543. 
-j-Graham, ancestors of Col. John G., Gov. of Georgia, d. 1791 ; 947. 
^Grainger, origin of family wanted ; an ancestor was supposed to have been Bishop of Worcester 

and to have followed Cromwell to Ireland ; 544. 
Gresley, Nigel, of Hobart ; 1242. 
Hall, Hannah (dau. of by Elizabeth), of Misson and Barnsley, Yorks., abt. and before 1805 ; 

624. 
Hampton, John, the patriot ; 67. 
Hanger, maiden name (?) of wife of last Lord Coleraine (George), who d. 1846-7 ; was her legatee, 

" John Greenwood Hanger, Esq.," their son or not ? 28. 
Hardy, Thomas, Ipswich, Mass. ; born in England, 1605 ; 1145. 
fHARRis, Thomas, d. 1762, of co. Dublin and Roscommon ; 886. 
Harrison, Burr ; baptised, 1637, St. Margaret's, Westminster (son of Cuthbert H.), came to Virginia 

before 1700, settled in Prince Wm. Co. ; tracing his descendants ; 586. 
Harrison, Honbl. Wm. H., Commissioner of Customs, Ireland, abt. 1712, originally descended from 

Richard, Lord Harrison ; 593. 
f Harvey, Wm. (or Daniel), of London ; his dau., Eliz., m. Heneage Finch, created Earl of Nottingham 

16S1 ; 947. 
Harwood, John, London ; Boston, Mass., 1750 ; 233. 
Haughton, wanted parentage of Wilfred H. (originally either Hoghton or Halghton) who went from 

either Cheshire or Lanes, to Cumb., and thence to Ireland, abt. 1685 ; 607. 
Hawkes, John ; 1240. 
Haynes. From which locality in England came the Haynes who settled in Cork in the reign of William 

III. ? Arms : Argent, a lion, passant, gules, armed and langued azure. Crest : A lion's head. 

erased, gules, langued azure, on a wreath gules and argent standing on a steel helmet, in profile, 

with bars and ornaments of gold ; 634. 
Heath, Bartholomew, Haverhill, Mass., U.S.A., b. 1615 ; William, Roxbury, Mass.', U.S.A., came in 

1632; 1055. 
Henderson, Wm., Plessy, parish of Stannington, Northumb., about 1805 and before ; 624. 
Henry, Alexander, m. Jane Robertson (sister of Dr. Wm. Robertson, the Scottish Historian) abt. 1700 ; 

wanted his home (? Aberdeen) and ancestry (he was cousin or uncle of David H., assistant, suc- 
cessor and brother-in-law to Edw. Cave, originator of the "Gentleman's Mag.") and dates 01 

birth and death of Alexander, his wife and children, with their names ; 1089. 
tHENSHAWE, Robt., of Great Marlow, Essex and London, 18th Cent. ; 888. 
Herbert, descendants and collaterals of Rev. George H., poet, &c. ; 980. 
Hewson, Rev. Wm. H., D.D., b. 1782 ; 628. 
Hill, ancestors of General A. P. Hill, of C. S. Army ; an ancestor settled in Middlesex Co., Virginia ; 

586. 
Hilles, Hugh, and wife, Ann, " came from Ireland," and were residents of Eastern Penna. (Gwynned 

Mo. Mtg.) on Sept. 29, 1748 ; 638. 
Hindmarsh, Dorothy (dau. of Joshua H., husbandman), Netherwitton, Northumb., 1763-4-1805, and 

before ; 624. 
Holgate, John, Thorne, Lines., and Misson, Yorks., about and before 1805 ; 624. 
Holland, required name of father of Ferdinando H. (b. 164S; bd. St. Saviour's, Southwark, 1702). 

Ferdinando's brother was Rev. Richard H., M.A. {b. abt. 1650 ; d. abt. 1706 ; m. 1686, at 

Stamford, Elizabeth Quarles) ; 650. 
Hood, Elizabeth, b. abt. 1743, Dorset, m. Hart ; 596. 
Hood, Richard, b. 1630, Lyme Regis, Eng., settled Nahant, Mass., 1650 ; 654. 

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Hooker— Martyn 



PART III. 



Hooker, Rev. Thos., First minister at Hartford, Conn. ; 1150. 

Hopkins, Samuel, Middx., Essex, 1600-1760 ; Rev. J. W. H., London, Upminster, 1734-1780 ; 658. 

Howard, wanted any data about Walter H., 1 759-1830 ; 270. 

Howard, wanted whereabouts of Henry, son of Sir Chas. H., of Croglin, Cumb., after, say, 1650 ; 

1344. 
■{•Hume, James, d. 1792, page to Queen Anne ; 551. 
Humphrey, Hall, Rector of Patrington, 16th Cent. ; 1353. 
Hunt, Rebecca, of Suffolk ; 1242. 

Hyde, Jonathan ; Newton Mass. ; b. in England, 1626 ; 1145. 
Jackson, wanted names of wife and children of Sir Anthony (only son of Richard J. of Killingwold- 

grave, Bishop Burton, Yorks.), b. 150,9 ; knighted 1650 ; d. 1666 ; 996. 
Johnson (or Johnston), Elizabeth, b. abt. 1699 ; m. Rev. John Curtois, of Branston, Lines.; 351. 
Johnston, John, of Stapleton, 1665-1715 ; 700. 
•{•Johnston, Henry, of Great Berkhamstead, early 18th Cent. ; 888. 
Jones, Sir Wm. J., Knt., d. 1682 ; of Ramsbury, Wilts., 1672-abt. 1740 ; 215. 
•{Kearney, of Cashill, Rector of Loughgilly. co. Armagh, d. 1771, aged 90 ; 413. 
Keep, connection wanted between English and American Keep families ; 712. 
Kemp (Kempe), Middx., before 1550 ; items from original records wanted ; 645. 
"{"Knight, Martha, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, before 1784; 613. 
Lambert, Java Frigate, d. Jan. 4, 1811, at San Salvador ; 1200. 
Lamprey, Arthur, Sheriff of Dublin in 1755 ; 734. 
Langdon, John Lizard, called Langdon, son of Lizard de Worlangdon, son of Sir Lizard de 

Bere ; of Cornwall (Keverell, and perhaps Penzance), 14th Cent. ; 740. 
Langley, Elizabeth, b. in or abt. 1739 ; 7S0. 
fLAPHAM, John, before 1650 (? Devon) ; 977. 
Lempriere, Harriet, of Jersey ; 1242. 
Le Quesne, Clement, Jersey, living 1470. Ancestry ; 762. 

Le Vavasseur dit De Jersey (De Jerze), Thomas. Guernsey, living 1497-1520. Ancestry ; 762. 
Le Vavasseur dit Durell, Abraham, Jersey, living 1735. Ancestry ; 762. 
Lewis, Joseph, of Swansea, Mass., U.S.A. ; 1097. 
Linnell ; the English ancestry of Robert L., who came to New England from London in 1638, 

and his descendants ; 771. 
Lissant, Margaret, m. 1744, at Taunton, Somerset, Henry Cox ; 329. 
Livingston, before 1740. Ancestry of Livingstons of Antigua wanted to connect them with old 

Scotch family ( Livingston, father of several settlers in Antigua, m. secondly a Mrs. 

Duckenfield) ; 775. 
fLoRD, York Buildings, London, abt. 1700 ; 413. 
Louvel, Lord, abt. 1660, of Normandy. A ncestry ; 762. 
Lovewell, probably from South of England, Robert L. emigrated from Weymouth, England, to 

Weymouth, Mass., 1635 ; 782. 
Lovewell, sometimes shortened to Lovell, Mass. and New Hampshire, N.E. ; Dunstable, 1635- 

1750 ; time and place of emigration from England desired ; 783. 
Lovewell, information desired abt. Joseph and John L., before 1690, in England. Have full records 

of descendants of Joseph, from abt. 1600 ; 784. 
Luddington, Edward, b. in or abt. 1736 ; 790. 

Lyon, ancestors of Brion (Bryan), Prescot, Lanes., 16th Cent. ■ 1215. 

Mackie, descendants of Charles and Euphan (Miller) Mackie, of Ormiston, from abt. 1750 ; 874. 
Maling, family of St. Malyn and Guilleaume Malyn, before 1550 ; 829. 
Mannering : — " The Lady Mannering departed the 1 day of march betwixt 2 and 3 of the clock 

Anno 1671." From Bible printed bv Robert Barker, London, 1620. Who and where was 

she ? 315. 
Manson, Robt, Greenock, Glasgow, 1780-1830 ; 658. 
Martin, George, before 1730, in Virginia ; 253. 
|Martyn, grocer, King Str., Westminster, abt. 1629 ; 413. 

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Maxwell, Alexander ; wanted marriage with Elizabeth Manley, abt. 1770, probably London or 

Essex ; 854. 
Maxwell, Alexander (son of Sir Win. M., of Monreith), his marriage abt. 1750 to a Spanish ladv ■ 

1100. y ' 

Mayne (Main, Maine), Ezekiel, said to be of Devon, Eng.; 1660 or before ; his father born in Eng. 

and Ezekiel first known in America, 1661 ; 823. 
Mercier (Mercer), descendants of Jean Le Mercier, of Southampton, from 1566 ; 1102. 
Middlemore, Richard ; wanted marriage with Lydia England, probably Gloucs., 1712 ; 854. 
Miller, descendants of William Miller, b. Hamilton abt. 1656, afterwards of the Abbey Edinburgh • 

874. b ' 

fMc-RRis, Win., in Bucks Co., America, 1705 ; 573. 

Morton, any information about Hugh Morton, M.D., of Newark, abt. 1S18 ; 455. 
Musgrave, Leeds, Wakefield and Dewsbury districts, before 1800. How connected with those of 

Cumberland ? 913. 
Newton, Sir Isaac, 847 ; particulars of his forefathers, especially as to collaterals ; 924. 
Newton, Rev. Roger, Farmington and Milford, Conn. ; 1150. 
JNunn ; Nunn, Esq. (father of Henrietta, Duchess of Bolton), of Eltham, Kent, early 18th 

Cent. ; 888. 
Orme, George, of Bollington, d. 16S4, son of Wm. O., of Hanch Hall. Staffs., who d. 1665 ; 514. 
Park (De Park or De Parco), Lord of Grimsby or Grimsbury (?), 1199-1215 ; 923. 
Parke, Thomas, of Highfield House, nr. Liverpool, m. in 1762 Ann Preston ; their antecedents ■ 

899. 
Patterson, Jane, m. Wrh. Montgomery before 1750 ; 890. 
Peacocke, Dr. James, of Limerick, before 1820 ; 455. 
Peckham, John, Sussex, before 1638 ; 977. 
Peele (Pele, Peel, Piele), parentage and date of birth of John, living 1544 ; Little Harwood, 

Lanes., and Bolton-by-Bowland, Yorks. ; 978. 

Pendleton, Brian, b. 1599 m London ; m. Eleanor in London ; 923. 

tPoLLARD, James, London, 1754-1775 ; 74. 

Pomeroy, Eltweed ; probably baptised at Beaminster, Dorset, July, 1585 ; m. Margery Rockett, 

May, 1629, at Crewkerne, Somerset ; his father's name was Richard P. ; ancestry of both 

husband and wife wanted ; 205. 
Powell, Eyre, Great Connell, co. Kildare, before 1790 ; 451. 
Prichard, Roger, Almeley, Herefordshire, Llanfyllin, Wales, before 1680 ; 575. 
Prince, John, East Shefford, Salop ; 71. 
Prince, Robt, lived and died in Salem, Mass. ; 1018. 

fPuGH, Hugh, on Apr. 24, 1776, " late of Tp. of Uwchlan, Chester Co., Penna." ; 638. 
Randall, John (and wife, Elizabeth Morton or Marton), from St. James, Clerkenwell, London, to 

Westerly, Rhode Island, U.S.A., abt. 1665 ; 1032. 
Reid, Rev. Wm., Minister of Stevenston, Ayrshire. Parentage, ancestry, or original county ; 1043. 
Reily, John, whose mother (Catherine) " lived near Stephen's Green, Dublin," 1767, according to 

John's will, recorded Phila., Pa., 1767 ; 714. 
Reynolds, William, of Somerset, b. abt. 1625 ; 1050. 
Roberts, John (ancestry wanted), and wife. Ann (maiden name wanted), parents of John and 

Mary (both baptised St. Margaret's, King's Lynn, June 27, 1792, John then two years old). 

John, sen., said to have died before birth of Mary. What became of John, jun. ? Mary was 

brought up by a friend (who ?) of the parents. He left her /300. She m., Apr. 6, 1815, by 

licence, at St. Margaret's, King's Lynn, James Trundle, and d. Ipswich, 1853, being bd. at 

Swaffham; 121. 
Rogers/, the English ancestry of Thomas R.. who came to Plymouth, New England, in the 

Mayflower in 1620, and his descendants ; 771. 
Romney, George (grandfather of the artist), of Colby, nr. Appleby, Westmorland, who went to 

Lancaster during the Civil War, 164- ; wanted wife's name, his father's and grandfather's names, 

their wives, and place of residence ; 109. 

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Rosa — Warne 

PART III. 

Rose, wanted 18th Cent, marriage of Rose to Elizabeth ; she was b. 1687, d. 1783, bd. at 

Seal, Kent ; 1070. 
Rous, Sir John, Much Waltham, Essex, d. before 1623 ; descent wanted ; 497. 
Scarisbricke, Beds., Col. John S. emigrated to Virginia in 17th Cent. ; 32. 
Screop, Osbern fitz Richard Screop, after Domesday ; 336. 
Scott, Richard, Suff., before 1634 ; 977. 

Sherborn, any information, from MS. sources, not included in " Family of Sherborne," 1901 ; 1129. 
Slade, John ; Mass., 1739-1752 ; supposed to have been born in Bridport, Eng. ; 1145. 
Smith, George, settler at New Haven, Conn., 1639 ; John and William, settlers at Guilford, Conn. ; 

John, settler at Milford, Conn. ; 1150. 
Smith, Elisha, Notts., before 1S00 ; 1154. 
Somerford, Lanes., before 1718 ; 1240. 
Soule (Sole), George, Mayflower pilgrim, 1620 ; 71. 
Soule, wanted parents of George S., Plymouth pilgrim, 1620 ; 1165. 
Sparkes, of Bromley, Kent., b. abt. 1735 ; 862. 
Spink, Robert, sailed from London in ship Speedwell, May 20, 1635, settled in R.I. (Kingston) ; 

812. 
Stanton, Samuel and Robt., brothers, b. abt. 173S, possibly twins, parentage wanted ; also want 

will or children of John S., m. before 1690, son of Nathaniel S., citizen of London ; 1177. 
Stephenson, b. 1742, d. 1812, of Brothertoft Hall and Swineshead Lodge, nr. Boston, Lines. ; wanted 

his parents and ancestors : 1157. 
Stewart, Kincardine, descendants of Barons of Kincardine ; John Roy S. mentioned in Scott's 

" Tales of a Grandfather," &c. ; 1190. 
Strachan, James, son of James S. and of Elizabeth (maiden name desired), was b. 1734. He 

m., on Oct. 15, 1761, Jane (maiden name desired) ; and see Trist ; 121. 

Sweers, Colonel in British Army, 1770 ; 141. 

■{Taylor, William ; appointed Captain 75th Regt. in 1809 ; b. in Perth, or vicinity ; 534. 

Thames, Catharina, 16S6 : 85. 

Thirkell, George, from Thirkleby, Yorks. (see Boverick), maternal grandfather of No. 329. / 

Thoyts, Thomas, alive 1799 ; 316. 

Throckmorton, who was the wife of John T., b. abt. 1633, of Ellington and Offord Cluny, Hunts., 

and of Virginia ; 933. 
Tidcombe, wanted date and place of death, and will of Hope Long, Tidcombe ; 270. 
——Tinker, John (closelv associated with the Governors Winthrop), apparently from Yorks., Eng. ; 

two of his sons, Amos and Samuel, m. daus. of George Durant, whom see ; 423. 
Travers, wanted connection between Irish and English branches and names of father and grand- 
father of John T.. Registrar of Cork, 1587, and of Ross, 1602 ; 1235. 
Trist, Sarah, the second wife of James Strachan, jun. ; wanted place of marriage (on Sept. 22, 

1769), probably Plymouth or Exeter, also her parentage and ancestry ; 121. 
ITrotman, citizen of London, abt. 1650 ; 413. 
Tunstall, Thos., birth wanted. He was living, m. to Hannah (maiden name wanted), at 

Wakefield, abt. 1770 ; 103. 
Turley, Catharina, d. ij^j ; 85. 

Turner, the late Richard T., of Hammersmith, Dublin ; 1355. 
Vallancey, the family of Gen. Charles Vallancey, d. 1812 ; 411. 
Van Homrigh, formerly Partington, of Lanes., took surname V. H. 1715 (by will of Bartholomew 

V. H., brother of Swift's Vanessa) on extinction of that family. Partingtons first came to 

Ireland middle of 17th Cent. ; family estate Duleek (nr. Drogheda), co. Meath ; 1261. 
Venables, Abraham, before 16S5, in Virginia ; 253. 

Wallis, ariv to connect with James W.. of Jamaica, planter, 1682-3 5 775. 
Wardell, Wm. and Thos., before 1637 : 977. 
Warne, Thomas ; one of the 24 East Jersey Proprietors from 1682-3 ; b. Plymouth, Devon, 

abt. 1652 ; sometime merchant at Dublin ; came to America 1683 ; lived in Perth Amboy 

(where he d. 1722, aged 70) and Middletown, New Jersey. Wanted ancestry ; 729. 

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Wattson, Thomas, Mitton Manor, Whiston, Penkridge, Staffs., lived and died 1576 and 1613 ; also 

Rowland Wattson, Clerk of Crown Office (House of Lords), d. 1595 ; 1306. 
Weldon, wanted information about Thomas (?) W., of Weldon, Staffs. (?), possibly Northants. or 
Northumb., whose four sons : Walter, M.P. for Athy 1613, m. Jane, dau. of John Ryder. 
Bishop of Killaloe ; William, m. (?) Jane, dau. of John Bolton, of Great Fenton, Staffs. ; 
Robert, m. (1616, at St. Mary-le-Strand, London) Katherine Bambkidge, Bainbridge, or 

Bambrick, of Apeley (?), Cumb., and Thomas, m. Anne, dau. of Blood, of Dunbryn, co. 

Meath. They settled in Ireland towards the end of the 16th Cent. ; 1316. 

Wellman, contributor's great-grandfather, Rev. James Wellman, was the first minister settled in 
Cornish, N.H., U.S.A., where contributor's parents resided. Contributor's mother was 
Phebe, dau. of Joshua Wyman, of Cornish ; 1317. 

Welsh (Walsh), Chief Justice of Jamaica in middle of 18th Cent. ; his daughters married Sir Wm. 
Thomas, Bart., and Admiral Sir Robert FitzGerald, K.C.H. ; 476. 

Weston, Bishop Stephen, of Exeter ; 945. 

Whaley, Thomas, of Winterburn, Yorks. ; will dated 1715. Ancestry ; 762. 

Wheeler, John, of Newbury and Salisbury, Mass. ; came to America 1634 ; his antecedents and 
descendants ; 979. 

tWiLDBORE, Samuel, York, before 1637 ; 977. 

Wilde (Wyld, Wylde, Wild), parentage and date of birth of Thomas, living 164S ; Ford, Salop ; 978. 

Williams, ancestors of Noah W., U.S.A., in War 1812 ; 1345. 

Williamson, pedigree and relations by marriage of Lieut. -General Sir Adam W., K.C.B., Col. 72nd 
Highlanders, of Avebury House, Wilts., b. 1730, d. 1798, son of Lieut. -General George W., Col. 
Commandant Royal Artillery ; 701. 

Wilmot, Wm., of Gun,. Salop, 1754-1814, ancestors wanted ; 1219. 

Wilson, John,. Esq., of Coty, Tvrone, Ireland, before 1770 ; of Scotch descent ; 350. 

tWiLSON, Richard, of Bildeston^ Sufi., M.P., Ipswich, 1806 ; 947. 

Wolfe, Richard W., and his wife Ann, of London ; he was a member of the " Girdlers' Corpora- 
tion," and is supposed to have resided in one of the parishes near the Girdlers' Hall, Bishops- 
gate Str., London ; his name would probably be found in the Registers, if not destroyed in the 
Great Fire ; his marriage, baptisms of children, Jane, Dorothy, Ann, Katherine, Eleanor, and 
John ; Jane in or abt. 1636, John in or about 1645 ; 1358. 

Wood, John, Commissary General, 1700-1S0Q ; 658. 

Wright, wanted parentage of Philip W., b. abt. 1759 ; His brother Robert (b. abt. 1764) is believed 
to have been born in Notts., and to have had two other brothers, John and George ; 822. 

Wright, Notts., abt. 1750 ; ancestors of Philip, Robt., John, and George ; 1370. 

Wynch, family of Alexander W., Governor of Madras, before 1700 ; 829. 



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Part IV. 



A LIST OF SOCIETIES, ETC., WHOSE OBJECTS OR PUBLICATIONS 
ARE OF INTEREST TO GENEALOGISTS. 

This year, through the kindness of Mr. P. G. Mahony (the Cork Herald of Arms) and Mr. H. P. Gibbons, 
the International Genealogical Directory is able to include the first two sections of a new 
list of such Societies. 

In the next edition, another Section or Sections will be added to these. Would the Secretaries of suitable 
Societies in the United Kingdom, America, and on the Continent kindly send particulars for 
insertion ? Those Sections which appear to be the most complete will be printed first. 

In the meantime, those who want information about English and Scotch Societies should consult Mr. 
Walter Rye's invaluable work of reference, " Records and Record Searching." Though printed 
some years ago, much of the information in his list is still quite correct, and his chapter entitled 
" Short Antiquarian, &c. Directory," was a splendid step in the right direction. 



Section I.— IRELAND. 

(Compiled by P. G. Mahony, Cork Herald of Arms.) 

In this Section the mark * indicates that the Journal of the Society named includes Notes and Queries 
as well as Reviews of Books. 

Office of Arms, Dublin Castle, Dublin. (See page 103.) 

The Royal Irish Academy (1785). 

(Large collection of ancient Irish Pedigrees). Archaeological Publications List on application 

to Messrs. Hodges & Figgis, 104, Grafton Street, Dublin. 

(For further particulars, see the Year Book of the Scientific and Learned Societies.) 

The Secretary, 19, Dawson Street, Dublin. 
•The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1849). 

Journal published quarterly. Annual subscription, 10s. ; entrance fee, 10s. Price of Journal, 
3s. per copy. (For further particulars see the Year Book of the Scientific and Learned 
Societies.) The Hon. Gen. Secretary, 6, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. 

The Kilkenny Arch.eological Society (1849) 

now the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (which see), was enlarged as the Kilkenny 
and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society of Ireland in 1853, and extended to the 
whole of Ireland as the Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland in 1S69, 
and re-named as above in 1890. 

The Royal Historical and Arch.eological Association of Ireland. 
See the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. ; 

The Belfast Naturalists' Field Club (1863). 

(Natural Science and Archaeology. ) _ Annual Reports. Annual subscription, 5s.; entrance 
fee, 5s. The Hon. Secretaries, The Museum, Belfast. 

Reports of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland (1869). 
Half Yearly Reports. Messrs. E. Ponsonby, 116, Grafton Street, Dublin. 

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*The Association for the Preservation of Memorials of the Dead in Ireland (188S). 

Half-yearly Journal, containing inscriptions from Tombstones and Tablets from all 
parts of Ireland, with illustrations of the more important ones, and in addition descriptions 
and frequently illustrations of all Arms inscribed. Annual subscription, ios. Journal issued 
to subscribers only. (For further particulars see page in and the Year Book of the Scientific 
and Learned Societies.) The Hon. Treasurer, 17, Kildare Street, Dublin. 

*The Cork Historical and Arch.eological Society (1891). 

Journal published quarterly. Annual subscription, 7s. 6d. Price of Journal, is. 6d. per 
copy. (For further particulars see the Year Book of the Scientific and Learned Societies.) 

The Hon. Secretary, 70, Patrick Street, Cork. 

*The Kildare Arch.eological Society (1891). 

Journal published half-yearly. Annual subscription, ios. Price of Journal, 2s. 6d. per 
copy. (For further particulars see the Year Book of the Scientific and Learned Societies.) 

The Hon. Secretaries, Office of Arms, Dublin. 

♦The Limerick Field Club Society (1S92) 

(Natural Science and Archaeology). Yearly Journal. Annual subscription, 5s. Price of 
Journal, 2s. 6d. per copy. The Hon. Secretary, George's Street, Limerick. 

♦The Waterford and South-East of Ireland Arch.eological Society (1893). 

Quarterly Journal. Annual subscription, ios. Price of Journal, 2s. 6d. per copy. 

The Hon. Secretary, The Glen, Waterford. 
♦The Ulster Journal of Archaeology (1895). 

Journal published quarterly. Annual subscription, 6s. Price of Journal, is. 6d. per copy. 
Tlte Hon. Secretary, c/o Messrs. Davidson & MGormack, 

The North Gate Printing Works, Belfast. 
The Visitations of Ireland (1897). 

Publications issued to subscribers only. Edited and published by Frederick Arthur Crisp, 
" Grove Park Press," 270, Walworth Road, London, S.E. 

The Irish Texts Society (1S98). 

Objects : — The publishing of Texts in the Irish Language accompanied bv Introductions, 
English Translations, Glossaries, Notes, &c. Annual subscription, 75. 6d. (For further 
particulars see the Year Book of the Scientific and Learned Societies.) 

The Hon. Secretary, 20, Hanover Square, London. 
♦The Galway Arch.eological and Historical Society (1900). 

Half-yearly Journal. Annual subscription, ios. Price of Journal, 2s. 6d. per copy. 

The Hon. Secretaries, Queen's College, Galway. 
♦The County Louth Arch.eological Society (1904). 

Yearly Journal. Annual subscription, 5s. Price of Journal, 2s. 6d. per copy. 

The Hon. Secretary, Dundalk, co. Louth. 
The Parish Register Society of Dublin (1906). 

Annual subscription, 21s. Publications issued to subscribers only. 
.For fuller information, see page 112. 

The Hon. Secretary, 6, Clarinda Park East, Kingstown, co. Dublin. 
The Kerry Arch.eological and Historical Society (1907). 

The Hon. Secretary, Aghadoe House, Killarney, co. Kerry. 
The County of Roscommon Arch.eological Society (1907). 

Annual subscription, ios. The Hon. Secretary, Mote Park, Roscommon. 

Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland (1836). 
Separate volume for Ireland since 1899. 

Publishers. Messrs. Harrison & Sons, 59, Pall Mall, London. 
Calendar of the State Papers relating to Ireland (1875). 

List on application to Messrs. E. Ponsonby, 116, Grafton Street, Dublin. 

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PART IV. 

Calendar of the Ancient Records of Dublin in the possession of the Municipal Corporation 
(1889). Published by Messrs. Dollard, Wellington Quay, Dublin. 

Reports of the Historical Manuscripts Commission (1870). 

List on application to Messrs. E. Ponsonby, 116, Grafton Street, Dublin. 

Section II. 
THE NORTH OF FRANCE AND THE CHANNEL ISLANDS. 

(Compiled by H. P. Gibbons). 

[This Section is incomplete. The addresses of several Societies came to hand too late for me to approach 
their Secretaries for information, and there are, without doubt, many other Societies whose names 
and addresses are unknown to me. I shall be grateful for any such information, with a 
view to its inclusion in a second edition of this work. — H. P. G.] 

Association Normande pour les progres de l'Agriculture, de l'lndustrie et des Arts. 

Founded 78 years ago. Publishes an annual (about 500 to 600 pages) at 5 francs, plus postage, 
about 1 franc. 

The Treasurer, Monsieur Bataille, rue des Croisiers, Caen. 

The Secretary, 19, Place St. Sauveur, Caen. 

Societe Nationale Academique de Cherbourg. 

Members obtain its publications (appearing about once in five years) ; these are chiefly 
devoted to the history of Lower Normandy. Non-members can obtain copies at z\ * cs - 
The Society will be pleased to reply to genealogical queries (see the next paragraph). 

Le Directeur, Cherbourg. 

Revue de Cherbourg et de la Basse Normandie. 

Published fortnightly. Intimately connected with the above Society, q.v. 

Societe d'Agriculture, d'Archeologie et d'Histoire Naturelle du Departement de la 
Manche. 
Annual subscription, 10 fcs. entitles members to one volume published early each year, which 
non-members can obtain at 3 fcs. (plus postage of about 1 franc) by remitting to Monsieur 
Leroy, prote de 1'imprimerie Jacqueline, St. Lo. Queries are not usually inserted in .this 
publication, but correspondence on this subject may be addressed to the President uf the 
Society, Monsieur du Boscq de Beaumont, Chateau du Mesuil-Vitet, Commune dAircl. 
Departement de la Manche. The Secretary, St. Lo. 

Societe Academique du Cotentin, Coutances. 

Has been dormant since the death, about five years ago, of Canon Pigeon, who managed it. 

Societe d'Archeologie, Litterature, Sciences et Arts des Arrondissements d'Avranches 
et de mortain. 
Annual subscription, 10 fcs., entitles members to the Society's publications of " Memoircs. 
and a quarterly Bulletin entitled " Revue de l'Avranches." 

The President, 47, Boulevard de l'Est, Avranches, Manehe. 

Societe Historique et Archeologique de l'Arrondissement de St. Malo. 

Annual subscription, 10 fcs. Publishes one volume (about 300 pages) for members onl\. 
at the end of each year. It contains no queries, see the next paragraph. 

The Secretary, Saint Servan, Illc-eM daine. 

Revue du Pays d'Aleth. 

Historic and Literary Monthly. Annual subscription, 3 fcs. in France and 4 fcs. abrorvl. 
Prints queries. Editor, Monsieur J. Haize, Saint Servan, IUe-et-Vliainc, 

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Societe Archeologique du Finistere. 

Annual subscription, 10 fcs. Publishes a pamphlet in the last week of every month (except 
August and September) at one franc. It can be purchased by anyone. Queries may be 
inserted in it. The Secretary, Quimper, Finistere. 

THE CHANNEL ISLANDS. 

SOCIETE JERSIAISE. 

Annual subscription, 20s. Entrance fee, 5s. Subscription entitles the members to the publi- 
cations of the Society (about one per annum) and an annual Bulletin, in which historical 
articles, documents, and genealogies of Jersej' families (but no queries) appear. The Bulletins 
can be purchased by non-members at 3s. 6d. each, the publications at various prices, par- 
ticulars on application. 

The Hon. Secretaries, or Librarian, 9, Pier Road, Jersey. 



The Officers of Arms for the United Kingdom, 



College of arms, 



Heralds' College, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. 



EARL MARSHAL. 
His Grace the Duke of Norfolk, K.G., G.C.V.O. 

KINGS OF ARMS. 

Garter Sir Alfred Scott Scott-Gatty, Knt., F.S.A. 

Clarenceux George Edward Cokavne, M.A., F.S.A. 

Norroy William Henry Weldon, C.V.O., F.S.A. 

SIX HERALDS. 

Chester ...... Henry Murray Lane. 

Lancaster Edward Bellasis. 

Somerset Henry Farnham Burke, C.V.O., F.S.A. 

Richmond Charles Harold Athill, F.S.A. 

Windsor Wm. Alex. Lindsay, K.C., M.A., F.S.A. 

York ....... Gordon Ambrose de Lisle Lee. 

— AND — 

Surrey Extraordinary . ... . Charles Alban Buckler. 

FOUR PURSUIVANTS. 

Rouge Dragon Everard Green, F.S.A. 

Portcullis Thomas Morgan Joseph-Watkin, F.S.A. 

Rouge Croix Arthur William Steuart Cochrane. 

Bluemantle Gerald Woods Wollaston, M.V.O. 



Earl Marshal's Secretary 
Registrar 



William H. Weldon, C.V.O.. F.S.A. 
H. Farnham Burke, C.V.O., F.S.A. 

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PART IV. 

TLyon Court of arms. 

LYON KING OF ARMS. 
Sir James Balfour Paul, F.S.A.Scot., Advocate. 

THREE HERALDS. 
Albany ...... Robert Spence Livingstone. 

Ross ....... Andrew Ross, S.S.C. 

Rothesay ...... F. J. Grant, W.S., F.S.A.Scot. 

THREE PURSUIVANTS. 
Carrick . . . . . . William Rae Macdonald, F.S.A.Scot. 

March Capt. Geo. Sitwell Campbell-Swinton, F.S.A.Scot. 

Unicorn John Home Stevenson, F.S.A.Scot., Advocate. 



Lyon Clerk and Keeper of the Records 

Procurator- Fiscal 

Herald Painter .... 



F. J. Grant, W.S. 

David Scott-Moncrieff, W.S. 

Graham Johnston. 



©ffice of arms, Dublin Castle. 

ULSTER KING OF ARMS. 
Sir Arthur Vicars, K.C.V.O., F.S.A. 

TWO HERALDS. 
Dublin . . ■ . . . • Francis R. Shackleton. 
Cork Peirce Gun Mahony, M.R.I.A. 

PURSUIVANT. 
Athlone F. Bennett-Goldney, F.S.A. 



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Part V. 



AN AUTHORS' EXCHANGE. 

Few authors of genealogical books can boast of having no surplus copies remaining on their 
hands. Surplus copies are of little value to an author. He can throw or give them away, sell them 
to a second-hand bookseller as " remainders " or exchange them one by one for other books written 
by his friends. The last alternative is the most profitable, as he adds to his library and those of his 
friends at only the expense of postage on each side. 

This Part is an attempt to introduce authors to each other for that purpose. If any subscriber 
to the International Gexealogical Directory has surplus copies of a genealogical work, written 
by himself, and is willing to exchange one of them for any of the undermentioned books, will he 
kindly communicate with its author, whose name and address will be found in Part I. under the 
reference number given. 

It is inadvisable to seek either to give or to take exact value in exchange. A genealogical pam- 
phlet, however small, provided it contains fresh information, should be of greater value to a genealogist 
than a large book of which perhaps a dozen copies still cumber his bookshelves. 

Genealogists who are about to publish any of their notes are recommended to print, for purposes 
of exchange, more copies than the anticipated demand. The extra cost would be infinitesimal, and 
it is probable that the next edition of the Directory will offer a greater selection of books, any of 
which may be obtainable in exchange for such surplus copies. 



THE PARISH REGISTERS OF ASTON-JUXTA-BIRMINGHAM, first vol. (1544-1639), 118 and 
xvi pp., including Indexes of Surnames and Places. Originally issued at 10s. No. 250. 

Historical and Genealogical RECORD OF THE COOTE FAMILY, with upwards of 100 engravings, 
coats of arms, charts, &c. By the Rev. A. de Vlieger, Litt.D. ; published by George Bridel, 
Lausanne. A few copies remain for exchange. No. 389. 

THE STUDY OF QUAKER GENEALOGIES. Its Author will be pleased to exchange, with 20 
"•. subscribers to the Directory, copies of this pamphlet (of which only a few were printed for 
private circulation) for similar genealogical information or Family Charts (Quaker Genealogies 
^or Family Histories preferred). No. 930. 

THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF WORCESTER, 1569. Printed by the Harleian Society 
in 1888. About half-a-dozen Editor's copies to exchange. No. 990. 

A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE LE GEYT-rf^-RAUVET FAMILY OF ST. SAVIOUR'S, JERSEY. 

A pamphlet of 22 pages, with frontispiece coat-of-arms. (It includes a copy of letters-of-marque, 
1782.) No. 122. 

GENEALOGICAL NOTES ON THE BENESTS OF ST. HELIER'S, THEIR ANCESTORS AND 
DESCENDANTS. A pamphlet of 33 pages, with two coats-of-arms, a portrait and a photo- 
graphic reproduction of a manuscript genealogy written in 1S0S. No. 122. 



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Part VI. 



FAMILY HISTORIES, PEDIGREES, ETC., 

Recently Printed foh Pkivate Circulation. 

This Part is an attempt to place on record the titles of some of the numerous Family Histories, 
Pedigrees, &c, which have been printed for private circulation in or after 1905. 

It is not intended to index the Pedigrees they contain ; such a task must be left in the hands 
of the first energetic genealogist who may be willing to issue a revised edition of the invaluable 
" Genealogist's Guide," compiled by the late Dr. Marshall. It is to be hoped that whoever undertakes 
the work will make the resulting book international in its application. 

The present Compiler feels that, until the names of all living genealogists appear in Part I., his 
spare time can be occupied to greater advantage. 



" A Genealogical Sketch of the Family of Philippes de Gorrequer." By No. 403. Printed May, 1907. 

Arrangements have been made for this to appear also in the forthcoming Bulletin of the Socictc 
Jersiaise, but its title is included in this list, as, at present, it is printed for private circulation only. 

" History of the Driffield Family from 1537 to I 9°3> with notes of those of the name living prior to 

x 537-" By No.' 407. Printed March, 1907. 
' The Family History of Hart of Donegal." By No. 595. Printed April, 1907. 

■ A Pedigree of the House of De Fynes " " showing the close kinship of three Kentish families— — 

viz., of De Fiennes, Cromer and Iden, and a descent from the latter, through two Kentish 

yeoman families, viz., of Plane and Henham. " By No. 724. Printed at the end of May, 

1907. 

Genealogical Tree of the Lennox Family. By No. 761. Lithographed in or after 1905. 

" Royal Descents of Le Page, Bayles and Inman." A tabular pedigree by No. 762. Printed at the 
end of 1906. 

A copy of this pedigree, together with a detailed account of the Inman family of Nidderdale, by No- 
687, is to be found also in a very interesting work by No. 1169, entitled " Upper Nidderdale w:th 
the Forest of Knaresborough." This book, though it contains several other pedigrees and was 
printed about August, 1906, is unsuitable for inclusion in this list, not having been printed "for 
private circulation only." 

" Pedigree of the Family of Piddock or Pidduck, of the Counties of Worcester and Salop." By No. 995. 
Lithographed about March, 1905. 

* Some of the Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel Converse, Jr., of Thompson Parish, Killingly, 
Conn., Major James Convers, of Wobum, Mass., Hon. Heman Allen, M.C., of Milton and 
Burlington, Vermont. Captain Jonathan Bixby, Sr., of Killingly, Conn." By Charles Allen 
Converse. Published by No. 1024 in two volumes, June. 1905. 

This work having been received for review on the eve of going to Press, it has not been possible to 

ascertain whether it was printed for private circulation or otherwise. 

" Pedigree of Beresford, Blythe, Cheney, Wright and Cade and their collateral connections with the 
families of Simpson, Bemrose, &c." By No. 1137. Printed May, 1907. 

Tabular pedigree " Haig of Bemersyde, co. Berwick." Second edition, by Mr. C. E. Haig, of Pen- 
Ithon, Radnorshire, and No. 1199, now being printed. 

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" Some Account of the Family of Hassard with a list of descendants in England and Ireland." By 
No. 1204. Though printed in Decemher, 1903, this work is mentioned here as it does not 
appear to have been included already in any published list. 

"The Family of Green of Youghal, co. Cork." By Nos. 1204 and 550. Though printed in 1902, 
this work is mentioned here as it does not appear to have been included already in any 
published list. 

" Tritton. The Place and the Family." By No. 1238. Now in the Press. 

" A Genealogical History of the Tyrrells." By No. 1251. Printed January, 1906. 

A Tabular "Pedigree of the Welchmatl Family, formerly of Oxfordshire." By No. 1315. Printed 
April, 1905. 

" Pedigree of the Lcncst Family of Jersey." By No. 122. Printed July, 1905. 

" Genealogy of the Bcrnau Family of Stolp." By No. 122. Printed February 1906. 

" A Short Account of the Descendants of Abraham Benest of Jersey." By No. 122. Printed 
March, 1906. 

" A Short Account of the Le Geyt-^i/Rauvet Family of St. Saviour's, Jersey." By No. 122. Printed 
September, 1906. 

" Genealogical Notes on the Benests of St. Heher's, Their Ancestors and Descendants." By No. 122. 
Printed December, 1906. 

(Anonymous) 

" History of the Families of Skeet, Somerscales, Widdrington, Wilby, Murray, Biake, Grimshaw and 

others. By a Connection of the same." Printed, 1906, by Mitchell Hughes & Clarke. 



The Compiler regrets to state that, since Part I. was printed, he has heard of the death of 
the following contributor : — 

No. 117. S. B. Beresford, on December 29, 1906. 



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NO. IZtJt (see Part I.) has made a very large collection of references 
to bearers of British surnames before 1837. This Index has been 
compiled from printed and manuscript sources and is arranged alphabetically 
on slips. The system is one which he wishes to recommend to those of his 
fellow-workers who may not have adopted it already. Its chief advantage is 
that at any time additions to such a collection can be placed in their correct 
alphabetical order. He also wishes to notify the subscribers to the " I.G.D." that 
he is quite prepared to consult this collection for them on the following terms : — 

Thirty penny stamps (or their equivalent) to be sent with each surname 
to which references are required. 

If he finds any references under the given surname he will send a 
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ones. Descriptions are given and frequently illustrations of all Arms inscribed, 
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A GENEALOGY of MOSES and SUSANNA (Weldon) COATES 
(married in Cashel Friends' Meeting, Ireland, March, 1715 ; and immigrated to 
Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 1717), and their Descendants to 1907. A large 8vo 319-page volume, 
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and Normandy, pertaining to the name. Handsomely bound in cloth and gold lettering. 
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numerous cadets of old English houses came to Ireland, and many of these 
resided, at least temporarily, in Dublin. 

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The Registers of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, from their commencement 
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whilst those of the Parishes of St. Catherine and St. Peter, and a continuation of 
St. John's, Dublin, are ready for press, and will form the issues for succeeding 
years if sufficient support is accorded to the Society. 

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Much genealogical information lies buried in the Law Reports. The old Reports are cited under the 
name of the editor or reporter, but the name is not printed in full, but abbreviated. For instance, a reference might 
be found to"\V. Kel." "The Lawyers' Reference Book" will tell you that the Reports referred to are those of 
William Kelynge, that they are ca-es in Chancery, and were decided between 1730 and 1732. 

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THE OBJECTS OF THIS BOCK ARE— 

1. To provide an up-to-date list of the names and addresses of those, of whatever nationality, 

who are interested in genealogy, for the use of Secretaries of Antiquarian 
Societies, Authors and Publishers of genealogical and topographical works, ar.d 
Second-hand Booksellers. 

2. To introduce to each other those who are interested in the history of the same 

families, so that they may enter into direct correspondence, without it being necessary 
for them to seek a further introduction. 

3. To enable amateur genealogists to give world-wide publicity to genealogical and heraldic 

queries and memoranda. 

4. To give full information as to Societies whose objects or publications are of interest to 

genealogists. 

5. To provide authors with facilities for obtaining copies of genealogical works in exchange for 

surplus copies of their own publications. 

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It is divided into Parts, corresponding to the objects stated above : 

1. Part I. contains the names and addresses of nearly 1,4C0 genealogists, both amateur and 

professional. The majority of these reside in Europe and America, but the other Con- 
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2. PaTt II. contains the surnames of nearly 4,500 families, about which those who are named 

in Part I. either possess or desire information. 

Against each entry will be found a reference number or numbers, indicating which 
genealogist or genealogists in Part I. have indicated an interest in the family named. 
(See specimen over leaf.) 

3. Part III. has nearly 300 entries, which are best described as "Genealogical Queries and 

Memoranda." 

As in Part II., reference numbers to Parti, indicate which genealogist is interested 
in the individual or subject mentioned in each entry. (Sec specimen over leaf.) 

4. Part IV. deals with the Antiquarian Societies of Ireland, the North of France, and the 

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SPECIMEN OF PART 



746. Charles E. LAWS, Charmouth, Dorset. 

747. Charles Frederick LAYTON, Coshocton, 

Ohio, U.S.A. 

748. Leonard Leather, Sehvood, Barn- 

staple, N. Devon. 

749. R.Murdoch LEEMING, 259, Bon-Accord 

Str., Aberdeen 

750. J. A. LEFEVEK, The Corner House, 

High Str., Sabden, near Blackburn. 



772. George LlTHCOW, Thurleigh Rd., Bel- 

fast, Ireland. 

773. John LITTLER, Mount Felix Lodge, 

Aughton, Ormskirk, Lancashire. 

774. R. G. C. Littlewood, Essex Court, 

Temple, London, E.C. 

775. Noel Brooks LlVERMORE, Solicitor, 740, 

Beach Lane, Kingston, Jamaica, 
West Indies. 



SPECIMEN OF" PART II. 



Harrington; any, 417. 
Harris, Salisbury,Wilts, and Guernsey ; 379. 
Harris, •••(?), later State of New York ; 549. 
Harris, co. Clare, 17th Cent. ; 1006. 
Harrison, West Kirby, Chesh., 1630 ; 3 18. 
Harrison, Ball's Park, Herts., 1530-1700; 458. 
HARRISON, Dublin, Meath, Wicklow, and 

Down, before 1775 ; 591. 
Harrison, Lanes., before 1600; 592. 



Haswell, co. Durham, before 1770, and in 
South of Scotland ; 606 and 652. 

Haswell, Scottish and English Borders; 1 105. 

Hatch, Winkfield, Berks., before 1700; 931. 

Hathaway, Freetown, Mass., 1700-1905; 1041. 

Haughton, Bormont, Wexford, and Kilthorpe, 
Rutland, after 1767; 341. 

Hautenville, bef. 1S00 ; 316, 421 and 1387. 

Haven, Mass., U.S.A. ; 1119. 



SPECIMEN OF PART III. 

WELDON, wanted information about Thomas (?) W. of Weldon, Staffs. (?), possibly Northants, or 
Northumb., whose four sons: Walter, M.P. for Athy 1613, m. Jane, dau. of John Ryder, 
Bishop of Killaloe ; William, m. (?) Jane, dau. of John Bolton, of Great Fenton, Staffs.; 
Robert, m. (1616, at St. Mary-le-Strand; London) Katherine Bamlridge, Baineridge, or 
BamBRICK, of Apeley (?), Cumb., and Thomas m. Anne, dau. of — Blood, of Dunbryn, co. 
Meath. They settled in Ireland towards the close of the 16th Cent. ; 1316. 

Wellman, contributor's great-grandfather, Rev. James Wellman, was the first minister settled in 
Cornish, N.H., U.S.A., where contributor's parents resided. Contributor's mother was 
Phebe, dau. of Joshua WYMAN, of Cornish. Further data about these families desired; 1317. 

WELSH (Walsh), Chief Justice of Jamaica in middle of 13th Cent.; his daughters married Sir Wm. 
THOMAS, Bart., and Admiral Sir Robert FITZGERALD, K.C.H. ; descendants wanted ; 476. 



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